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GALLIPOLIS JULY 6, 1876.
The Official Paper ol Gallia County! Circulation, xsoo NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Auditor Evans, Bridge Notices. J. Weaver & Co., Hotel Directory. H. R. Stevens, Vegetine. The premium list of the Gallia County Agricultural Society is again inserted this week, on the fourth page. The applicants for an injunction against putting the city scales on the Public Square have refused to pro mul fnrtlinr find the scales have Vsl. ua v w been placed thereon. The residence of Mr. R. P. Porter, in Vinton, caught fire, on Friday, from the kitchen flue, but was ex tinguished with but little loss. The new Kanawha boat, the Vir- gie Lee, will be here Saturday to en terher trade. " New hitehing-posts are being put up all over town. Who is ffoine to fix that fence around the Public Square A shock of wheat on the farm of T. W. Morton was struck with lightning and completely consumed, one day last week. Messrs. Jas. Vanden & Son have comDleted Mr. J no. J. fooL a new citv express. It is called "2d St. Livery." - The first new wheat was brought to the mill of Joseph Lindle, on Saturday, (July 1st,) by Mr. Wm Johnson, of Addison township, There were four bushels of it, and was an excellent sample. The Temperance .Lodge ol our city went to Point Pleasant Friday erening and repeated their entertain ment given here on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Rev. Geo. Cheuington, of Letart, is visiting in the city. - Look Marshal Dale square in the face now. The Fire Department washed out the Langley Mill on Wednesday. Mr7 M. E. Hard and wife, for mexly of our public schools, but now of the public schools at Wash ington C. H., (0.) are visiting rela tives in the city. The Uoiversalisl Sabbath school had a picnic at the Fair Grounds on Frida3r. Mr. J. J. Allison has closed his school at South Point, and leaves to day (Wednesday) to attend the Nor mal School at Lebanon, Ohio. The Point Pleasant Wharf Boat was on the Docks, last week, for re pairs. Tippett returned from his Centen nial spree, dry as a powder horn, and per consequence the Ohio river has rapidly declined. Our Dry Docks, however, still float. A son of Mr. Anderson Wooton, of Clay township, aged nineteen years, met with a fatal accident ou Monday. He propped up a skiff and went to sleep in the shade under it. While he was asleep the skin" fell, smashing his head. Our millers are making contracts fpf new wljeatj delivered this week, at$l per puslm. r-t Mr. James Grafton, of Center- yille, has the cqntract, cqmincncing July 1st, for carrying the mail to and from the Railroad at Portland, Do you want nice, cool bottled beer? Read advertisement. Mr. S. Goetz had some fine hams stolen from his warehouse one night last week. The Judicial Convention will meet at Pomcroy, next AVednesday, July 12th. "Crime and the Family," is the ti tle of a neat volume of 156 pages, iust issued, written bv Judge fcusi- 0 mr eon Nash, of this city. It is an ap peal to parents in behalf of the right training of their children, so that in afterlife they may make true and yirtqpus citizens, it Is highly spo ken of by the press. It is for sale at Wasson's Book Store. Ddrino the rain storm of Sunday afternoon lightning struck the Pres byterian Church steeple in this city, knocking off the top, and completely shattering one side of it The fluid is supposed to have spread over the iron roof, hence no damage to the house proper. The ball uncm the top wai'itnooked ino the' yard of Mr, A.M: White, about one hundred and fifty feet' distant, and timbers and slivers scattered about in every di rectlon. Members of tho choir were in the church at the time, but for tunately escaped with nothing more serious than a severe shock. Judge Nash started to Columbus last week to argue the Erwin case before the Supreme Court, but the court, he learned .at Cincinnati, was not in session, and he returned. Sat; urday evening. Watches in the County. The following are the number watches and their value In each town ship In tho county: No. Value. Average. Huntington, 46 J668 $14 05 Greenfield, 10 145 14 50 Springfield, 42 501 11 92 Guyan, 47 415 8 82 Walnut, 7 84 12.00 Morgan, 11 182 10 54 Clay, - 31 878 28 32 Cheshire, 44 . 973 22 11 Harrison, 28 32!) 11 75 Ohio, 22 022 23 74 Perry, ' 28 333 12 07 Green, &C 73C 13 14 Raccoon. 17 392 23 05 Gallipolis, 14 2C8 19 14 1st Ward. 94 2,573 2C 20 2d " 141 4,941 35 04 3d " C3 1,940 30 79 4th " 34 . 703 20 07 Totals, 735 $10,588 Average value of watches iii the coun ty, $22.50. of The particulars of the shooting at Hurricane Bridge, a mere statement of which we cave last week, are these. Thev are communicated to the Cincinnati press, under date, Huntington, W. Va., June 27th: Evening before last a strange lady and gentleman arrived here in a bug gy and tarried tor the night, les terdav morning: the ireutleman left driving eastward. The lady went down the river at 10 a. m., and landed at South Point. During the day in formation reached here that the male party was a horse-thief from Green field, Ohio. Thereupon Marshal Mitchell and Mr. Turner, of this city, at once started in pursuit At one o'clock this morning they overtook the thief near Hurricane station. An encounter took place, the full details of which have not reached us, but we have intelligence that the Marshal and Turner were found lying help less on the highway this morning, both shot. Mitchell died about 11 in., and Turner s injuries it is be lieved, will prove fatal too. The thief then stole a fresh horse in the vicini ty and escaped. He came to the Ohio river some twelve miles below this city, left his horse, and took passage on the Par- sins for this city. He spent some hiurs here, and then took the noon picket for Pomeroy, where he was arrested upon a description given by telegram from this eitj'. He was taken back to Huntington. The Murderer Lynched. was Winfield, Putnam county, jail. On Friday night, eighteen citizens, un disguised, appeared at the jail, and taking the keys from the jailor, took the prisoner out, and proceeded with him some two miles from town, and there hung him to a tree. The mur derer left the jail singing, but the lynchers made him soon cease from that sort of bravado. Our exchanges .speak of him as J. M. Cox and as M. Johnson. His father, it is thought, lives at Boyd, Mecklenburg comity, Virginia. On his person at the time of his arrest in Pomeroy were slips from newspapers giving accounts of the shooting of a colored waiter on the steamer J. B. Maud on the Mississippi river, by one J. M. Uox, ot Texas, itieac counts closed with a statement that Cox had escaped. The store of Mr. Aaron Davis, at Cora, was broken open on Thurs day night, and .$14 in money, ten pounds of tobacco and a carpet sack stolen. The thief was captured the following day near Rio Grande, and taken before Judge Thomas, who bound him over to court iu the sum of $100. He was put into the custo dy of tne constable, but in the night he escaped hy jumping from an upper window. The constable gave pur suit and caught him on Saturday, and found the hole which he had dug in the ground and concealed tlie tobacco aUd carpet-sack The money was als.q fqund in his posses sion. He was brought to jail on Sunday evening, His name is Jasies Morris. He is about twentyHhree years old, and unmarried. His fa ther lives near Charuborsburg. Man nis has boen working In tlio neigh borhood of Cora for some time. The Fourth. The Fourth of July was opened in this city bT firing a cannon at mid night, which was kept up until day light, and at intervals during the en tire day. There was no celebration in the city. The colored folks cele brated across Chickamauga. A se lect party picnicked on the Cating farm. The Sprinkle's Mill celebra tion was a grand success. Over 3,000 people were present. The speakers were 'If cm. H. S. Neai, and Rev. R. Breare. Mrs. L. P. Magcet had a Night Blooming Cereus, on Monday even ing. We were present. It was worth seeing. . It was 88,000 feet of white pine lumber, at $1-1 per thousand bought by Mr. H. W. Gilman, instead of as was mentioned by us last week. LOST, in the citv nf fit T.nma .Tune 2Sth, the Ohio rag-baby. No reward offered. The Portsmouth Times comes up to the scratch manfully, and swal lows its mess of crow at one gulp, The Jackson Herald is otherwise; it hesitates. At present it is "sadly dejected." New York Tribune find.): The nominations receive hearty and unan lmous approval irom me itenuucan newspapers, while the' fleTnocratld press expresses equauy uearty um j. ae waiter iacc is sigmncaut, Mrs. Horace H. Jones died quite suddenly at her residence in this city, on Friday morning. Mr. Jones left here about a week since to visit the Centennial, going,by the way of Richmond, Norfolk and thence by steamer to New York. Although the telegraph was used extensively his friends were unable to communicate the sad news to him. Mrs. Jones was in average health at the time of her husband's departure. The de-. ceased was a Christian lady. She leaves no children. Later. Mr. Jones was reached with. a telegram at Philadelphia, on Monday evening, and immediately started home. Something New—An Imported Remedy—Cannabis Indica. This wonderful preparation, known by the above title, which has attained such celebrity luring the last lew years in all parts or the United States as a Positive Cure for Consnmp tion, Bronchitis and Asthma, can now be ou taincd at all flrt-class druggists. We have made permanent arrangements in Calcutta. In. dia, for obtaining -Pure Hemp," and baring it extracted upon itsown soil (the climate in Amer ica being too changeable to extract large quau, titles free from mildew.) These remedies are now prepared from the liest Hemp, gathered at the right season, and extracted during mid summer in Calcutta There is not a single synip torn of Consumption that it does not dissipate, and it will break a fresh cold in twenty-four hours. One bottle will satisfy the most skeptl cal. $2 50 iter bottle, or 3 bottles for $6 50. As this is an Imported article, we do not com mission our remedies, but nil! be pleased to make Cash agents everywhere. Address, CRADDOCK & CO. 1032 Race Street Philadelphia. Floater Found. On Friday evening some boj's in the river at the wharlhoat found the body of a man in the water. Coro ner Cromley impanueled a jury, held an inquest and the following verdict was rendered: Wc. the undersigned jurors, em- pan neled and sworn on the 30th (lay of June, 1S7G, in the city of Gallipo lis, at the city wharf by' F. A. Ciam- i.ey, Coroner, to inquire and true pre 8entuient make in what manner and by whom the deceased came to his death, after having examined the body and heard the evidence do find that the deceased came to his death by drowning. The deceased was a white man, badly decomposed, 5 feet inches high; about 40 years old; small patch of brown chin whiskers; whiskers little gray; had on black and red check tlanncl shirt with large black buttons; shirt patched with red and white plaid Hannel; small remnnnt of white cotton shirt; black striped woolen drawers; small por tion of black woolen pants; kip boots newly half soled; dark woolen socks, new; boots with coal dust in them; body so badly decomposed that fea tures can not he recognized; sup posed to have been in the water two or three months. W. S. Kerr, Orcn Richards, G. D. McBride, John Shenk, E. T. Shepard, Phillip Lepeil. It is supposed. to be the body of a coal miner who was drowned at Carr's Run, near Pomeroy, some months since. i Neighborhood News. Syracuse Circuit, M. E. Church, will hold a basket meeting in the grove near the residence of Mr. Rob. crt Stobbart, on Sunday, July 22nd. A centenuial sermon will be preach ed at 101- o'clock by Rev. J. W. Dillon, Presiding Elder of the Galli- pous District; Lovefeastat 9 o clock M. several ministers are expect ed to be present and there will be services in tne aiternoon. Ail are cordially invited to attend. Pom. Tel. The friends of Mrs. James Wa- dcll, of this town will lie pained to learn that she is very ill. Mason Ou. Journal. The Athens Messenger in speak- ng about the literary contest at the Commencement exercises of the Ohio University says: The Philomathean Society diplo mas were presented by A. J. Mi chael, of the class of '72, with a sound admonitory address, giving the elr.ris some wholesome advise that they will do well to remember. Qen. Thos. Etving then ascended the stage qnd announced the decision of tlie Judges to be in favor of the Philomathean Society. The exact figures we do not remember. This makes the third 'contest that has been won "by tho Philomatheaus since 1871. The prize was Jfno, of fered by Rev. David H. Moore, in "behalf of the Athenians and Li. M. Jewett, in behalf of the Philoma- tueans. Mr. George WomeldorrT is chair man of the Middleport Hayes Club. A Family Reunion. Was held, June 21st, at the residence of Mr. Austin Barton, consisting of Mr. Barton, his brother William, and their four sisters, Mrs. Jemima Crawford, of Wcstville, Wisconsin, Mrs. Julia fcdiaflcr, of Columbiana county, Ohio, Mrs. Vilinda Grate, of Rutland township, Ohio, and Mrs. Elizabeth King, of Salem, Ohio. A bounteous dinner was served rqall, after which the entire, party 'repair ed tq tho aealos and were weighed. The gohtlomen weighed 150 pounds each. Mrs. Crawford turned the scales at 222 pounds, Mrs. ShatTer at 188, and Mrs. King at 180. Mrs. Grate is the oldest, aged G8, and Mrs. King is the youngest of the family of six, all living. Her ago is 50 years. Thirty-six years have elapsed since Mrs. King and her sister, Mrs. Crawford, had last seen each other. They had been separated until this month. Mrs. Jiing at the time ot separatiqn, was. a young girl of 19 years; now she is the mother of 11 children, nine or whom arc living and two dead. She also lost her hus band this spring. Twenty years had passed since Mrs. King and Mrs. Shatter had met. It is seldom that an entire family meet after 3G years of separation. The reunion was held on the 44th anniversary of Mrs. and llr. Austin Barton's wedded life. Mrs. Shaffer is accompanied by her husband, and will return in a short time. Mrs. Crawford will spend some timew"itn r.$5te fa j&tefga" county.' 4e Cn. Merald. ' Important Railroad notice in ad- Tertising colarahs, A Card. The committee in charge M the Entertain ments given ror tno ucnenc or me sons oi iem ncrauce. desire to express their sincere thanks pnblirly to the following persons who so kindly rendered them favors in producing sions, and in various ways contributing to the Riinrivjiriii -nraomnli.oh'neiit of their perform the uroeramme. for tno uiuerent occa ances. To Pinr. Chas. A Lickey for the bean. tifnl .inetf entitle! "nnn'tSUT I.Alrt Tb-nisht." fin nrt-r!nftl nijA nf Ciimnosftion that was high ly spoken or. and also for other valuable assist- ance. Also, to ine-rtaorai jikuu iui wvu iu. ness in furnishing music both for our enter. tilnments hero and at foiut neasani. xoitoi. James V. Sanns. who served as pianist for the occa-dpn at the Point, and the following persons for various lavors: Sliss Maria Illagg. Mrs. fc. A. Cromley. Miss It. 0". M axon. Miss Sallle Dil lon, Dr. J.S. McCampbell. Mr. S. Bishop, the city papers and others. To one andaUtte&ay thanks. Mrs. K. L. Hamilton, . Mrs. M. J. -Skkics, Miw. W. G. Braking, JIiss Jennie V. Johnson, Dr. J. R. Safford, Mr. W. G. Brading, Committee, The followingresalution was adapted byUalli- polis Division No. (U.S. orT, at their regular meeting, Saturday evening, July l : Hesolred. That the thanks or this Division are ilue ami are hereby tendered to the citizens of Point l'leasant lor me reception given ui inose who pari ii-ip ited in our Entertainment at that place on ine aiiu mi, Notice to the Patons of Gallia County. There will be a meeting: of Stockholders of the Gallia County Grange Supply House, at the Court House in Gallipolis, Saturday, July Sth, 1870, at 10 o'clock A. M. All fourth degree members are invited to attend, as we expect Brother Hill to give us some explanation. Bv order of Gallia .Co. Council. H. W. ALLISON. MARRIED. iiEXKING PITRAT In Buffalo, West Va., Monday, July 3I, 1S7, Sir. C. W. IIknkixg. of this citv, ami Miss Kate PintAT. daughter of Dr. C. M. Pitrat, of Buffalo. IIAIiVKY IIALTJDAY At Dela ware, unto, on tire 2MI1 Ol .11111(5, ISib, bv D. MeCube, D. D., Wm. H. IUn- vkv, of Cleveland, anil Anna K., only daughter of John T. Ilullulay, of this city. EAXS McDAXIRL Bv Rev. C. D Battelle, June 2d. Mr. Jou.v W. Hans and Mis Annie McDanikl, on steamer tv. va. PRICE ROTHGEB Bv Rev. C. D Battelle, Jinn; -Uli, at the parsonage, Mr. ILMAM S. I'RICK, ailll J1133 liAIHIAKA ROTHGEB. BRAXDTJM LAWLESS At the residence of Rev. S. S. Dumii-y, bv the same, June ICtli, 1S70, Mr. IIuxry M. lIiiANDU.M ami Miss Klzina Lawless. FREDERICK MOREHOUSE Bv tiiosamo, June 22il, 1S7C. Mr. Gkokgk . Fimuniticic ami Mis? Emma E MOItKIIOL'SK. a Business Notices. Closing- Out. In order to make room for a heavy stock of Fall Goods, Hoses is com- mencinu: to sell all his light weight roods at greatly reduced prices. If you want great bargains lo sure and call, as these goods must and will hs M MOSES. 181 TI&-ST0RE 176! L B. CHASE AS removed to the new Store on Second Street, between Talbottfc Co. aii'lJas. Vanden & Son's The best assortment of n the city, at the LOWEST RATES. 01 ol id Cross and sickly children can ! made healthy and strong by regu lating their stomachs and bowels with Castoria. It is more cllectivc than Can tor Oil unil Is as pleasant to take as hon- ev. For Wind Colic, Sour .Stomach, Worms and Costivencss, there is uoth- ng in existence equal to Custoria. Why will 3'ou sulfur from Rlicu- .Sprains, StillMoinU, Swellings, Kurus, Scalds or Weak Back, when the Centaur Imimciit all'onU certain relief. Many articles soothe pain to a certain extent, but the Centaur Liniment cuiiks. l'hc White Liniment is for the human family, the. Yellow Liniment is for horses aud animals.. W?VhU and MllSlillS are not sold cheaper than at C. M. FILL MORE it GO'S. f May 18 ,'7C.-4m jjjifliaiias and Organs tuned promptly. Call at McHiuue's Music Store. a A Great Bargain in a Secondhand Plano! Manufactured hy Light & Co., one of the best make in the Union. The subscriber having no need for the in strument, wishes to sell it. I can make the terms easy. Please" call at the residence of Riciiaud Lanolf.v, and they will be pleased to show 3011 the Piano. Or on the subscriber, and he will giyp you all tne particulars. Jny one wishing tq lrajr cannot do better than of R. BRAY. April 27. 1876. Remember This. Now Is tlie time of the year for Pneu monia, Lung fever, Coughs, Colds, and fatal results of predisposition to Con sumption and other Throat and Lung Disease. Boscuee's German Syrup lias been used in this neighborhood for the past two or three years without a single failure to cure". If you have not usd this medicine yourself, go tftyoqr Drug gist and ask in o.f its wonderful suc cess among his customers. Two doses will relieve the worst case. If yoii have no faitli in any medicine, just buy a Sample Bottle of Boschee's German Syrup for 10 cents and try it. Regular size Bottle 75 cents. Don't neglect a couch to save 75 cents. to Isr-Conntrj Stores anil Ped dlers do well to buy Notions at C. M. FILLMORE & (JO'S. April 13, '75. 3m. JfjMfA fine, selection of Sheet Mu sic at IIoBbide's Music Stores ' is 1 T-wsTomr n Job-work and repairing dime prompt ly at A, B CHASE'S. Feb. 10, 1876, by a' In an BANKRUPT SALE. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE For Sale- T HE undersigned, as Assignee in Bankruptcy of Francis L.LeClerin. by order of the Circuit Court of the United States for the Southern District of Ohio, in a certain case in said court pending, wherein tlie undersigned as such assignee is piaintlll, anil salil Fran cis L. LeClercq, James A. LeClercq and others are ilefeiulanu will offer for sale at publlo vendue on the premises, at two (2) o'clock, afternoon, on Monday, the 17th day Of JOly, A II lS7fi . . ioiv, the following real estate, with all the privileges ami appurtenances to the same belonging, to-wit: Sm.ill lots in the city ot UalllnoIU. Gallia Countv. State ot Ohio, numbered on the plan of said. city one ami two (I aud 2.) with all buildings and Improvements thereon, subject to a right of way over anil uirougii an auey twelve teet wide across the lower side of said lot No. one (1.) to be used m common with Mary E. Ford, so long as she shall own small lot Xo three (3,) and subject to the life estate oi airs. Kosma LeClercq, widow of An gusun i,euiercq. deceased, in said nrein ises. uelerence can be made to the will of Augustiu LeClercq, deceased, as re- corded in tho otllee of Probate Judge of Gallia County, Ohio, for the title of said real estate and said reservation. Said real estate has been appraised at six thousand dollars ($C,000,) and can not be sold for less than two-thirds of said sum. Ine purchase money will be nav nine, oue-iourtn casii. in liaud. one- fourth in sis, one-fourth in twelve, and one-fourth in eighteen months from (lav of sale; deferred payments to bear sev en () per cent, interest, and be secured by mortgage on the premises sold. SAM.. A. .NASH, June 15, 187G. tw Assignee, &c, Leal Notice. TOIIN" CHICK, and Luclnda W, Cjl Chick, his wife, of Marion countv, iu the State of Illinois, William B. Car ter, of Chickasaw county, in the State of Iowa, Oliver S. Carter, of Douglas county, in the State of Illinois, Lorenzo D. Carter, of Coles county, In the State ot Illinois, Augustus J. Cart"r,John II. Carter, Lutieia II. MeDaniel, John B. Stone and Onss.niilri ?tnnp Ii!k wlfi. Jim L.assanura Stone, HIS tle, mid Alice II. Carter, wido.v of Isaac Carter, deceased, of Gallia countv. in the State of Ohio, will take notice that petition was hied azainst t'lem on the Kith day of June, A. D. 1S70, in the Court ol" Common Pleas, within and for the county ol (inllia, and State of Ohio, by Itobert V. 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, atiiistaic oi unio, lo-wif; 1. A part of suction thirty-four (31,) township live (5.) range sixteen (1C,) beginning at. the northwest corner of tho northeast quarter of the southeast quarter ot said section; thence south to the southwest corner of said northeast quarter of the above southeast quarter; titcnee east so lar that a Hue running north to the north line of said quarter, thence west "to thc beiiinning, to contain twenty (20) acrc3, all within the above ilcseniieil limits except one and one fourth (11-0 acres that th-i meetinr- hoiie i?on, which was rcoor led as a lot liiirylug ground around said meet ing house; being tho same prcmiic con veyed to isaae carter bv .losenh Wad- did! and others, hy deed bearing date of .ovcinbcr 2u, lSWi, recorded Iu volume :il, jiage 49S of the records of deeds of G:Ui:i coiuitj-. Olno, ami also by J. D. Hay, by deed bearing date of April li, 1SGIJ, and recorded iu volume 33. paire tuiO of the records of deeds of said coun ty of Gallia. 2.,-bot No. forty one (11,) iu the town L'atnot, lu Gallia countv. Ohio. :t. Lot No. forty-two (42.) in the town Patriot, iu Gallia county, Ohio. 1. Lot No. eighteen (IS.) in tho town i'atnot. In Gallia county, Ohio. i). 'ine west Halt ot the southeast quarter of section 31, town 5, Range 10, containing eighty (SO) acres, be the same more or less. 0. Tho south-west quarter of section d, town o, range iu, containing one hundred and sixty (100) acres, be the same more or less. 7. Sixty-six (CO) acres in section 31. town S, range 10. south of northwest: and eighty-one (81) acres iu section 31, town 11, itange iu, miiidia or north- wast; being part of the same nrcmises conveyed to Isaac Carter by .lane l.oueks, by deed bearing date of March 1.1, is.jI, ami recorded in vol. 2.1, page 231 of the records of deeds -of said countv . Two (2) acres in the northeast quarter of section 33, town 5, range 1C, iii'iiiiiiii iti, tnu Miiiiueiisi, corner 01 .Margaret AlcCalrsIand; thence a south west direction to a sugar tree on the hank of Sand Fork creek, also room for fence 011 the north bank to the mill; oeing me same premises reserved by Isaac Carter In deed made to Oliver Carter, April ;, lSUi, and recorded in vol. 34, page 510 of said deed records. u. lilgliteen (IS) acres In section 33. town.o, Kange Hi, south side of north east; Doing part ot tho same premises conveyed to Isaac Carter by Jane oiicks, uy dpod bearins date of March i.i, ioi,auu recorueu in v ol. j, page li.ll 01 said deed records. 10. All that part of tlie southeast quarter of tho northeast quarter of sec tion uj, town ti, ran ire lu. IvMiaron the south side of Sand Fork-creek, except eigiucen acre tract last above men tioned; being part of the same premises conveyed to Isaac Carter hy Daniel Al lison by deed bearing date of October 18, 1830,. and recorded in vol. 11. nazes 2C9 and 270 of said deed records. 11. The northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section 33, town fi, range 1G, except 10 acres in said quar ter section, described as follows: Begin nlng.i ciialns and UHlnks west or the southeast corner of said northeast quar- ning 3 chains and 91 links west of the ui sam auiiuitxpv uumier, auu run- iiing thouee north 33 degrees west 7 talons mid links; thence north 70 de- greos west 13 chains and 28 links to a cornor on the west line of said X. E. qr. said S. E. qr. from which a hickory tree 5 inches in diameter bears north 3 degrees castuiiiiKs.anu a sugarsincncs bears north 81 degrees west 12 links: thence south 10 chains to tlie southwest corner of said N. E, qr. of said S. E. qr.; thence cast 17 chains and GO links tho place of becintiin;; tlie above excepted premises being tlie same prem ises conveyed to Jobn II. Carter bv Isaac Carter, by deed bearinz date of July 28, 1875, and recorded l vol. 41, page 11s 01 said deed records. 12. The northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section three (3,) town four (,) range sixteen (10,) con-, tainlng thirty-eight (38) acted, be the same more or less. 13. The northeast quarter of tlie northwest quarter of section 3, town 4; ra'igc .10, containing tlilrty-clzht (38) acres, be the same more or less. 14. The west half of the northeast quarter of section 3, town 4, range 16, containing seventy-six (70) acres, be the same more .or less. 15. A certain strip of Land ten (10) rods wide extending across tiie north end of the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 3, town 4, range 16; being the same strip reserved Isaac Carter in his deod of part of the southeast quarter of the northwest uarter of said section, made to David ates, February 11, 1871, and recorded vol.,40, pae.260 of said deed records; and, that at the next term of said court the said Bobert T. Carter will apply for order that partition may be made of said premises, and tlie dower of the said Alice H. Carter may be assigned there in. .ROBERT T. CARTER. By Whitr & Holcomb, his Att'ys, June 15,1876. 6w .i 'Sale of Real Estate. i I. a - TITE undersigned, as Executor nf tlie last will and testament of OlurL- H. Watts, late of Jackson iniitv rMn .....1 . Z ." - uuuei- ituu uy nillliorilv of said vl unil by order of the Court of Common i ui uiiuui i-uuuiy, unio, Will, OU 1 1 : . . .. . .. "ii t ... iuonuay. the aist day ot July, 187C, at one o'clock in the afternoon, unon tlip premises, at public auction, sell the fol lowing real estate, to-wit: The southeast quarter of the south- WpatniMrtni nf Trt It 'I' r Tk 15, in the county of Galliu.'and State unio. Also, teu acres oil of the south side of the northeast quarter of the icumnwesi quarter oi sam section. Ai- praised at the sum of one thousand dol- lars ($1,000.00.) Also, a part of the northwest and southwest quarters of the southeast quarter of said section Ho. 3T. contain 'g 13-100 which is particularly described In a deed from James Watts a,ul wlfe t0 Clark R. Watts, dated April ! 18,4, and reeorjjwl In volume 43, at pages o ana e, record or deeds of said Gallia countv. to which reference U made, excepting about three (3,) acres conveyed by said James" Watts to one neasant wuson, a colored man. Also. a tract containing (1 63-100) one aud slx- ty-eignt Hundredths of an acre, more or less, particularly described in said deed irom .lames Watts to Clark R. Watts, and to which reference is herebv made. Said last two tracts annraisHil .it All o! salil real estate is appraised at haul tracts will be sold as a whole or in pareels, as inav be found best for the estate, on day of sale. S.dd lands will ie soiu tree or dower. Said lands will not be sold for less than two-thirds of the appraised value, and udou terms of one-third of purchase monev cash in ?2!idZtoM ';I"e: :.ml one-third in day of sale. Said deferred payments to oear interest ami be secured bv mort gage ou the premises sold. WILLIAM WADDELL, Executor of Clark R. Watts, Uec'd June 22, 187G. of orSovcmljur.A I.1873.at'riiunnan.0.oracer Sioiic tain iiromis?or-note in writiiiK'ofthatilate.ho Notice. THOMAS M. THOMAS. or Wales, will take notice that Luther M. Ilenian, of Uallla I county. Ohio, illtl on the Sfilh ilav of January. . u. is i), me nis pennon id me court 01 com mon rieas. Hiiiiin ana lor tno county or uallla. in said State nf Ohio, acrainstthe salil Thomas M. Thomas. ilercuilant. buttini; forth the making anil ileliveriui; bv- said ilei'enilant on the 12th ilav thereby pmniKlu; to pay to tho onler of Iieman & Jones litT 95 at 8 per cent, interest Irom date Iteinan & Jones then ami there Indorsed and du liTcrfd the same to the said plaintiff; that a pavment of $KUI0 was made thereon 011 tl.c l.'ltli day of November. A. I).lh"l. ami that there 111111 iam. "lie iai aner nam lucicui ; luni is niie ami imp. mi inetvon rr.ij :a wicn interest ac 8 per rent, n-oui tne mil nay 01 .Noveinner, A i tifis. lor wnieu piauuiu asKS iiiiiitment- Hie idalntiff alo lias Hied the Dinner alUdavit taeiiinentiia lieen iued in sahl case to attach rut mi unlur nf ul t t(litmnt fiml nn nmni. nf f iroorty of .aiildefcntlant. The said defendant is nntilled that he is roiuirod to iiniicar anil an day aUertho 20th day or July. a. D.ltw LUTHEit M. he Jnne 15- "TO"-6"' swer sait petition on or ncinru tne tnini aatur- I eriii HEMaN, This standard article i3 com pounded with the greatest care. Its effects are as wonderful and as satisfactory as ever. It restores gray or faded hair to its youthful color. It removes all eVnptions, itching and dandruff. It gives the head a cooling, soothing sensation of great comfort, and tlio scalp by its use becomes white and clean. By its tonic properties it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, preventing baldness, and mak ing the hair grow thick and strong. As a dressing, nothing has been found so effectual or desirable. A. A. Hayes, M. D., State As- saj-er of Massachusetts, sa3-s, "The constituents are pure, and carefully selected for excellent quality; and I consider it the Best PnErAKATiON for its intended purposes." Price, One Dollar. Buckingham's Dye FOR THE WHISKERS. This elegant preparation may be relied on to change the color of the beard from gray or airy other un desirable shade, to brown or black, at discretion. It is easiby applied, being in one preparation, and quick ly and effectually produces a per manent oolor, which will neither rub nor wash off. Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO., NASHUA, N. H. Sdd 17 ill Src&bti, tsi tailen li UidldtM. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. TTN liursuance of an order of the I'ro- JL liate Court of Gallia county, Ohio, I will oiler for sale, at public auction, 011 the 29tlr day of July, 187G, at 1 o'clock P. M.. upon the premises, tho followlii-r described real estate, situate iu JCncooon township. Gallia county, Ohio, to-wit: The north halfot the portlieast quarter of section" No. ul: also tiie northwest quarter of tho northwest quarter of sec tion No. 35; also the south half of the southeast quarter of section No. 27, be- ing the same premises conveyed by Da- Vld White to Jacob White, by dceddated March 12th, 1817, and recorded in vol. 03, page 112, Record of Deeds, Gallia county, Ohio, except 4 acres, more or less, conveyed by Jacob White to D. A. whir hv i1mi1 ii;itjil Oetnlmr 30. 1S74. nmi reenrifoil In tli reeonls of deeds of 8ai,i county. To be sold for not less than $2,000, subject to the widow's dow er therein. Terms of Sale One-third In hand, one-third in one year, and one-third in two years from day of sale, with inter- est; payments to be secured by mort gage on tho premtses sold. u. w. win ik, Adm'r of Jacob White, dee'd. By White & Holcomb, Att'ys. June 29, 1876. 4w Guardian's Sale. IN pursuance or an order of tho Pro bate Court of Gallia county, Ohio, mmie 01 tne zju day ot .lune, a. u. 187C. In the case of John B. Lasley. Guardian of Abraham Lasley. against His Ward, the undersigned will, on tno 22(1 day of July. A. . l7ti, at one o'clock P. 31., at the front door of ln3. ' AtheVo U wiii' yic..riiwii real estate, situate in thecounty of Gallia, Ohio, to-wit: The i.air nf lot No. three hundred and eighty-six: (38G.) in tho city of Qal- llpolis, in saw WU...J. Terms of Sale One-half cash on the r.r cnlft. one-half in six months r.L nr sale, to be secured by mort- migo on the premises sold, and deferred payioetiL w uci ihw,iw.oii v.v.... per annum. Appraised at $230.00. " JOHN B. LASLEY, Guardian of AbrahaiiJi Lasley, J.une;3, 1876.4W WOOL "WlsTO: WE HAVE ON HAND A LARSE ASSORTMENT OF mm, ftwnm num. &o; 0LfU OWff MANUFACTURE. ! I I til is. are oncring ine same, in proportion to tne decline in Wool. Retail f T ing at Wholesale prices for Cflstom Carding and Spinning. w shall give this branch our especial atteution cuam or hlliusr as desired, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. STAR WOOLEN MILLS CO. Corner Third and Yine Streets, iiiay za, I5ili. am HUTCHINSON AGENTS FOR Improved Buckeye Mowing and Reaping The Buckeye Table Rake lue most complete Reaping attachment out. It leaves the track clear as it soes. Tlie driver ha enmntrn i-niitrid nf tbu IJ.il.-i lnnvtmr ii.,. "Leat ''" .b"nll -whtire Single Bar on baud if wanted. -AGENTS FOR- SWEEPSTAKES THRASHING GRAIN jfJT"Wc have also on hand Sulky and Revolving Eay l..i T 01 I rl SbVlUS: IIDIllJIU ailllVUI r UWS. ' CflrFarmers wanting repairs also Sweepstakes Thrasher?, will please leave their orders eat-hy, to save de lay when they are needed. HUTCHINSON GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. May 18, 1S7C. ESZDI Cash, or in exchange for Wool! Cross-bantling. nud for Gallipolis, Ohi o & BALDRIDG Machines. By lavcr at his side he can cant save Machines. MACHINES, DRILLS. AND SUPERIOR Hakes, of best, makes and n n n .1 -r-, 1 DCVf, lfiS. n.'lf. IS. HlllTa for the Buckeye Mowers and Reapers. & BALDRIDCE, BOOK STORE. I 0 0 91 0 III 3 O rt- P & o $ Ui Pi a a. 9? o W p CD fc- 00 00 1 CO CO o cr a GO 3 P P Q 1 o CO o cn o O CD . j CD el s' p p: p CD CD 03 . p CD hi O CD Cfi O CD S3 c-r- 4 CD CD -l P o H ID Eagle Drugstore Dr. J. C. EATHBURN IN HIS NEW STAND. ri?VV A Ain TPfTr T TTMT? J- lj " L U LiU UiriJU OK- DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, Tr.:i.. v "ef Dye Stuffs, Patent Medicines, PERFUMERY, Combs, Brushes, winaow- Glass, Fancy Goods, &c. II? A general falling off in Prices along the whole line, to suit the times. REMEMBER The si2n of the EAGLE-between joun DagC9' and H. P. Elias'. March 30, 1876. nQOTflPICC- HAPPY BELIEF to Jonns ITuolnlibCO Men from tho effecU of Errors and Abuses in eariy u.e. iiu booA restoreil. Impediment to Marriage removed. Sen raetn od or treatment. Kew nml re- L.1.1. MM.!!.. anil ... nm.nr ihwmwid icuw;. MARRIAGEielr..ulitr. ent le In ubMcd. t e ii'iM Amur.. IIU" .L ... ... I 1 1 .1. 1. 1 riiiiwici)ui. rcpUMtlou turuuu UUSUU. WHY ARE THE 1 .irfp TO? THA0EMARK. The Best Coal Cook Stoves? omcktsT 1 1 ijwumy, v I Durable. Sizes, styles and prices (0 suit every cue. Ba sura anil ask your dealer for the MONITOR. WM. RES OR & CO., Cincinnati, 0. For Sale by HUTCHINSON St BALDRIDGE, Gallipolis, Ohio. Feb. 17, 187C T-y Manhood: llow Lost, Hor Restored! JUST published, a new edition or Ciilverweir.s Celebrated Es Biiy on the radical cure (without medi cine) of Si'KitMATonniiffiA or Seminal Weakness, Iiivoliiulary beminal Losses, Impotkxcy, Mental and Physical Inca naeltv. Impediments to Marriage, etc.: also, Coxsumptiox, EpimrsY and Fts, Induced by self-indulgence or sexual ex travagance, &c. tSyl'rlce, In a sealed envelope, only six cents. The celebrated author, in this admira ble Essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' successful practice, that tiie alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radically cured without thedan rerous use of internal medicine or the application of the knife; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain and elfectual, by means of which every suf ferer, no matter wtiat Ins condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, private ly, and radtcallij. rarThls Lecture should bo in the hands of every youth and every man In the land. . . Sent under seal, In a plain envelope, to any address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents or two post stamps. Address the Publishers. Address ui BURGjrAN & S0Jf) 41 Ann St., New York; Post Office Box 458C. Feb. 17, 187C ly Land for Sale. WISH to sell 09 acres of Land, ly imr on the Nino Mile creek, in Ma son county, W. Va., 1 miles from Ueech II III, on tlie Ivanawna river, wuera tliere are two stores and nost-offlce, and county road running from Bush Hill near tlie land, and 110 111ns 10 get 10 me river, and V: of a mile from the Metho dist Church and public School-houses. There are 2 cabins on this land and about 15 acres cleared; plenty of small streams to furnish water; plenty or timber for fencinz and building. The mo3t of this land lies very well, and ia a good neighborhood, and being so con venient to the river, post-office, stores, church and school, and good road to the Kanawha river, gives U more advant ages than any back land In this part or flie country. , , Price 1,000 Dollars. Terms of sale One-third down and balance In 1 and J yeI"y person wishing to see thUland, can call on the undersigned, at Buffalo, Putnam county, V. Va., or JiS 11. Miller who lives near Beech mil. Miixeb, wnB0BEI?r. ALEXANDER. May 4, 1870. Cm- - A lA l nome. Asenta wanted. Outfit S 1 4 and term ftte. THUE ?-.. 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