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GALLIPOLIS, JDLY 13, 1876. The Official Paper ol Gallia County! CHT-enltion- 1SOO. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Cincinnati Wesleyan College. Mrs. A. Henking, Qirl Wnnted. Wm. )Vhittier, M. D., True Marriage Guide. W. IT. Baker & Co., Congress Hall Hotel Charles Stuart, Sheriff 's Sale. George W. Martindill and Wesley Martin- dill, Partition Notice. The little folks picniced on Thurs day in the Regnier house, on State Street, through the kindness of Mr. Allemono. Another shade tree in the Court house yard had to be cut down from the effect of the storms last week. Mrs. Amelia W. Jones, wife of H. H. Jones, Esq., was buried on Thurs day. The Division of the Sons of Temperance attended tie funeral in a body. Rev. S. D. Hutsinpiller, of this j county, is for the present in charge of the M. E. Church at Newark, Ohio. Mr. H. R. Bell returned from the Centennial on Friday evening. He reports having seen the Gallipolis people, and that Messrs. Hamilton, TVasson and Evans have gone to take in New York City and surroundings before returning. The Supreme Court will not meet until September, hence there can be no decision in the Erwin case until then. Jack Wall has opened a jewelry store and cigar stand near the cor ner of Second and Locust streets. Messrs. R. Aleshire & Co. turned out one hundred barrels of flour from new wheat, on Friday. The wheat was raised in this county. The HenkinqPitrat marriage, published by us last week, was a mis take. The parties were not married. We bear pardon, and while the same was done in good faith, it was un avoidable. Uur information came straight. Capt. Ford removed his family to this city this week. Tiiey will oc cupy the residence of Mr. Hiram Dale. Mr. F. S. Phillips, of the firm of Wm. Phillips & Son, the great to bacco manufacturers of Virginia, is in the city. Mr. A. L. Long and family, for merly residents of this cit)', but now of Steubenville, arrived Tuesday evening on a visit to relatives. The Herbert Bros., of Charles ton, as merchant tailors, and W. B. Trump, with dry goods, will occupy the two vacant rooms in the Drodil lard Block, on Court street, in a few days. Mr. Jnq. M. Alexander will open a grocery and provision storo in the Moch corner as soon as tho cleaningand painting arc finished. The returned Centennial visitors report having seen cadets Carter and Aleshire at Philadelphia. The boys are looking well, are straight as arrows, and are well satisfied. The whole garrison was in attendance at the Centennial. The contracts for carrying the Ironton and Gallipolis mail, overland, has been awarded to AuansTU3 De witt, of Harrison township, for $545. The Qolliaqlis, and Quaker Bottqm, route, oTorland, has "been awarded to David SuTFrk, of Clay township, for $173. Both are reliable men. We take pleasure in calling the at tention of our readers to the adver tisement of the Cincinnati Wesleyan College for young women. It is a Christian school of the highest stan dard of excellence. Its President, it of M. a Dr. Moore, is quite proud that one of the Wesleyan graduates is the wife of Gov. Hayes, and is hopeful that another will beguile the bache lor Gov. Tilden into matrimony. Chambersburg has a pretty kettle of (ish no.w. S(he jg incorporated, you knp.w. Qn the, 4tty of July one qf l)er citizens wag arrestee far shoot ing crackers in the streets. The de fendant called a jury. On Monday the jury disagreed, and now there are not enough men in the corpora tion to make another jury. On Monday night, about 1 o'clock, Mr. Jacob Hepler, engineer on the steamer West Virginia, having fin ished cleaning the engines, laid down on the top of the ice chest near the guards, fell asleep, and rolled off into the river. His cries were loud and Diteous. but without avail. He i - . i coujd) no swim, nd was soon' drown ed. The hotly was recovered in fifty' five minutes, but all efforts at resus citation were vain. The deceased was a man about forty years of age, He leaves a wife and two children. The remains were interred by the Masons on Tuesday evening. Judge Hartsook, of Raccoon town ship, sentXizs Magoire and Eliza beth. Liston to jail last week, in de fault of $200 bail each, for stealing chickens from one Henbx AifPsnsoN, Improvement. Wc give below a statement ot the number and amount of deeds, mort gages, etc., recorded in this county during the years 1875 and 187C. The year ends June 30th. This is taken from the annual report of Recorder Booton to the Secretary of State. It is noticeable that more mortgages were given and less released in 1875 than in 187C, all of which shows a stead)7 improvement 1875. No. of deeds, " " leases, " " mortgages given, canceled,' 493 1 2C4 137 Amount mortgaged, $231,202 5S 140,814 77 " canceled, Difference, 1876. $90,447 81 No. of deeds, 510 " " leases, " " mortgages given, " " " canceled, Amount mortgaged, " canceled, 14 2C5 1C2 $229,079 80 144,490 29 Difference, This report of 187C elude a mortgage of $S5,1S3 57 does not in $15,000,000 given by the Michigan and Ohio R. R. Company, which is on record. The following are the births and deaths in the county for the year ending March 31st, 1870: BIRTHS. DEATHS. Ohio 35 12 Clay 43 4 Gallipolis 6 1 Addison 36 Cheshire 53 Guyan 74 Harrison 52 Green 25 8 20 19 6 12 Springfield 37 Morgan 28 u 7 Walnut 78 Perry 18 Raccoon 43 Huntington 53 Greenfield 41 Gallipolis, 1st Ward ... 19 2d " 24 " 3d " 36 " 4th " 31 732 11 o 20 10 11 10 8 8 8 191 Lightning Freaks. The storms of the past week have been frequent and always accom panied by thunder and lightning. The bolt's have visited us. On Wednesday the lightning struck the roof of the houso of Mr. W. Y. Miles, in this city, occupied by Mr. Edwards, followed a row of closets down to the cellar, the walls of which damaged considerably. Garments hanging in these closets were singed, but the occupants of the house, al though awake, did not experience anything until the smell of singed garments attracted them. On Wednesday night the chimney the dwelling house of Mr. Joseph Croninger, in Green township, was struck. The fluid passed under the roof and to the ground. No member of the family was injured. The loss to the building will be about $100. Three trees in different places in Green township were struck the same night. ' Stepping into the tobacco manu factory of Dr. C. Di Wall, a few days since, we found, hia establish ment supplied with a large stook of cigars, and chewing and smoking to bacco, all of a quality to demand the attention of buyers. We tried his cigars, and found them easy and pleasant smokers. Dealers in these articles should call and look over his stock. Wo believe it will pay. It took twelve kegs of beer "to sup ply the German picnic, near Rod ney, on tue4tn ot July. Master Frank Norton, of Ports mouthj arrived Tuesday eyening, pn short via.it to frjends, Olhaber & Co.'s large stovo Foun dry, at Ironton, was burned com pletely down Monday evening. Loss $75,000. Gallipolis Prices Current. Corrected weekly by D. S. FORD. For the week ending July 12, 1876. BUYING PRICES FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Wheat, red, per bush., " white, Corn, Bye Barley Sugar Cane Seed, per bush, Oats Flaxseed Flour, cwt cwt Eqt4tqas, bush White Beans Dried Apples ) bush do Peaches ''do Feathers fe , Butter Eggs $ doz Baoon Hams do Sides do Shoulders 100 00 20(30 00 3.-40 1 3000 1 1500 25 4000 1 25 3 504 00 50BQ 9030 eoi oo 0 000 00 0 000 00 3040 12 to 15 810 1300 1350O 11 14 001G 00 J 3o40 5 to C Hay ton Sorghum Molasse3 IS gal Green Hides, $ tt RETAIL PRICES. Groceries and other articles retail from store at the following prices: Sugar, NOJ 1012sJ do Refined, Crus'd &Pow'd 12t15 Coffee, Rio 2.B Q 3Q Teas. Imperial, Y H and G P 801 40 dd Black" 7B1 00 do Japan l 00 Candles, common 20 do star 25 Butter 15 to 20 Lard . . 1518 Hggs $ doz 1012J Flour, good family br'ds, cwt 4 000 00 do do do bbl 8 000 00 Corn-Meal f) bush' Molasses, N O ' do Sorghum Golden Syrup Lard Oil Coal Oil C0S0 800 00 4060 80100 1 251 40 20 40 30 130 30U0 Feathers p ft wnite aesas i: .... Salt.-Kan. ani 10, f DDI Potatoes "S bush ! Monday was the hot day. In Philadelphia there were 15 deaths from sunstroke, in JNew lorx over 30. and in Washington C. Ther mometer registered 103 in the shade at Washington. Beverly Whiting, colored, who was injured in theplaning-mill about a jear ago, died Tuesday night, from the hurt His disease defied mcdi cal skill. For the Gallipolis Journal. On the morning of July 4th, 1876, the Sabbath schools of Campaign First and Second Kyger churches, met in the grove near Second Kygcr church, for the purpose of holding a Centennial and Sabbath school celebration. In addition to the Sab bath schools came all the people for miles around, until the crowd num bered twelve or fourteen hundred. A table 4wo hundred and twenty yards in length had been prepared, on which to spread tne uounties 01 1 life, so abundantly provided uy tue ladv friends. A choir selected horn the different schools, led by Prof Pnrknr and Miss Ida Haning, ren dering excellent service on the or gan, furnished music for the occasion, which was enjoyed at intervals gu ring tne day. At iu a. ji., 1110 ex ercises commenced, which were as follows: 1, Reading Declaration of Independence by Rev. J. W. Fulton; 2, Prayer by Rev. R. J. Poston; 3, Address by Rev. I. Z. Haning; 4. Address by Prof R. Dunn,, of Hillsdale, Mich. The Prof, clearly set forth the causes of our prosperity as a nation during tho century of our existence, at the close of which Mr. Aaron Rife, Marshal of the day, gave command to fall into proces sion. xne entire nuuicnce iaiiing in marched to the table, where all was quiet till returning of thanks by Rev. R. Dunn, when command was given to help yourselves; and after all was satisfied with the good tilings provi ded for the occasion, as much re mained as did after eating the loaves and fishes. The afternoon cxereises commenced at 1 o'clock. 1, Ad dress by Rev. R. J. Poston, of Springfield, Ohio; 2. Address by Rev. H. L. Whitehead, of Rodney; Address by G. W. Poston, of Athens; 4, Singing by the choir; 5 Benediction by Rev. Whitehead, which concluded tho exorcises of the day. Good order prevailed through out all the exercises. The remarks by the different speakers were ap propriate to the occasion, creating a leeling of rejoicing over our pros perity as a Nation, and greatly ani mated with hope for the future, the audience began to disperse But at the moment of leaving, a spirit ol solemnity seemed to overwhelm the minds of many, fearing they would not bo permitted to celebrate the next Centennial. JOHN MALABY, Cha'n. For the Gallipolis Journal. RODNEY, O., July 3, 1876. Ed. Journal: The Bulletin charges Gov. Hayes with being a sa'ary-grabber, and hints, which is meaner than saying boldly, that lie is a dishonest 111:111. Will he please rise and explain. It's early for campaign lying. VIDETTE. THE SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILL. [Special Telegram to the Inter-Ocean.] Philadelphia, July 4. Among the exhibits in Agricultural Hall the Su perior grain drill, manufactured by I'homas, Ludlow cc Kogers, 01 apring- field, Ohio, Is by far the grandest. It is neloseil 111 a neautitul glass case, and thousands have gathered round to ad mire it on this great national holiday. It is indeed a superb piece of inechauisin, perfect model ol beauty. Tle pen cannot do it justice; the eye alone can make it appreciated. A dozen kinds of wood are employed in its construction, embracing the choicest varietios 011 the globe. The body of the woodwork is of the Hnost French walnut burl, Inlaid Itli satlnwoou, ebony, Tosewood, tulin, holly, etc. Nearly twenty thousand pieces of these rare loreigu woods have been interwoven with such masterly IU that it is truly a wonder to the great crowds who visit it. The names of the manufacturers, their place of bu siness, etc., are superbly carved and in laid with gold. Tho woods are all shown in their natural colors, and polished to the highest perfection. The metal work comprises gold, silver, nickel, bronze, and steel, artistically ornamented witii the most delicate and appropriate He-. signs, the colors bleiuling with m'arvcl pus beauty and the happiest cfl'ectou t)o eye. Tljo '.'Superior.'-'- Is not'o.nly the imperial gr.nn-II-ifl iu the hall, 1iu,t the great prlze-iwinnor i fleld trials. The above Drills arc far sale hy Hutchinson & Baldridge. MEDICAL CARD. Reader, do.you suffer from disease? Do not fall to call on Doctor Oswald, at "Pool House," on the 21st and 22d of Jul'. He treats with wonderful skill all forms of Chronic disease and Nervous De bility. He applies external reme dies, when nccessar', over the seat of the disease, in conjunction with his internal mode of treatment, and seldom fails to effect a cure. Do not nk that yon cau noj) bo cippd be caseyou have ti-ied other remedies. Do not give up even thoqgh your family physician has done you 110 good; for Dr. Oswald often effects an immediate cure of cases which have been pronounced incurable, and of those who have tried all other sys tems with little or no benefit. So, call early, for it is written on the scroll of time, "The sick shall not alwa3's suffer through ignorance as for ages they have done." Terms cash, but always reasonable. Consultation free. Gallipolis, July 13, 1876. 2w MARRIED. RIFE COOPER In Cheshire town ship, on the 4th day of July, A. D. 1S7C, by Wm. S. Jenkins, Esq., Mr. Fhanit lin'B. Rife and Miss Martha A. CoorKn. STEEL-NICHOLS-On the 4th day of July, 1873, by Alexander Logue, at the residence of Miss Minnie Nichols, on Front Street, Mr. Isaac H. Steel and Miss HenbiettA Nichols, both of West Va. DIED. TERRY In this city, at the residence of James Mulitnenx, Esq., July 9th, 1870, Berthia ' Tkj&y, aged1 83 years. She was originally from- Canada West, but lias resided with Mr. Mulllueux for the ptst thirty-seven years, 1 MFProf. Paris W. Steele now teaching writing school at Por tcr. He will shortly start schools at Harrisburg and Evergreen. Prof. Steele has no superior as a penman, and all his pupils testify as to hi3' qualifications as a teacher. Let him be well patronized. Medical. The July meeting of the Gallia County Medical Society was of un usual interest made so hy an ex haustive and comprehensive lecture on Anatany, by Dr. R. D. Jacobs. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: R. D. Jacobs, M. D., President. R. A. Vance, M. D., 1st Vice Presi dent. J. B. Kerr, M. D.,2nJ Vice Presi dent. W. C. H. Needham, M. D., Secre- tary. W. W. Mills, M. D., Cor. Secretary. W. S. Newton, M. D., Treasurer. Censors W. B. Guthrie, M. D., Thos. Northup, M. D., John Sanns, M. D. Essaj'ists for August Meeting Drs. Rathburn and Sisson. W. C. H. NEEDHAM, Sec'y. Business Notices. Closing Out. In order to make room for a heavj' stock ol Fall Goods, Moses is com mencing to sell all his light weight goods at greatly reduced prices. If 3'ou want great bargains be sure and call, as these goods must and will be sold. M. MOSES. 18 TIN-ST0EE A. R. CHASE 76! AS removed to the new 'Store on Second Street, between Tallott& Co. and .las. Vandeii &6on's. The best assortment of in the city, at the LOWEST RATES. Cross mill sickly children can be made healthy and strong hy regu lating their stomachs and bowels with Castoria. It Is more effective than Cas tor Oil and is as pleasant to tike as hon ey. For Wind Colic, Hour Htomacn, Vorins and Costivcnes3, there is noth ing' in existence efjiial to Castoria. Why Will you suffer from Rhou matism, Sprains, Slid" Joints, Svvollings, ISiu ns, Scalds or Weak Back, when the Centaur Liniment affords certain relief. Many articles soothe pain to a certain extent, but the Centaur Liniment cukes. The White Liniment is for the human family, the Yellow Liniment is for horses and animals. iJWPrilttS aud JlUSHUS are not sold cheaper than at C M. FILL MORE & CO'S. TMay 18,'76.-im A Great Bargain in a Second hand Piano! Manufactured by 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 Langlev, and they will be pleasoil to show 3'ou the Piano. Or on the subscriber, and ho will give you all tno particulars. Ail' ouc wishing to buy cannot do bettor than to purchase it. R. BRAY. April 27, 1870. A Fact "Worth Knowing. Arc you suffering with Consumption, Coughs, Severe Colds settled on the Breast, or any disease of the Throat and Lungs? If so go to your Druggist and get a bottle of Bosciikf.'s German Syrup. This medicine lias latoly been introduced from Qcrmany, and is sell ing o.u its qwn merits. The people a.rc gojng wild over its success, and Drug gists nil ever our country aro writing us of its wonderful cures among their customers. If you wi3h to try its su perior virtuo, get a Sample Bottle for 10 cents. Large size bottle 7."t cent-?. Three doses will relievo any caso. Try it. jf-Coiintry Stores and Ped dlers do well to buy Notions at C. M. FILLMORE & CO'S. April 13, '75. 3m 18! TISTOBH 173. Job-work and repairing done prompt ly at A. R. CHASE'S. Feb. 10, 1S7C. IPL WHERE NOW? JI17Q, Ti MICHIGAN, ono of tho foremost, flourishing and healthy States! WIUT FOR? To buy a FARM out of the One Million Acres of fine fai niinpr lands for sale by the GRAND RAPIDS & INDIANA R. R. Strong Soils. Ready Markets. Sure Crops. Good Schools. R. R. runs through centre of grant. Settlements all along. All ki nils of Products raised. Plenty of water, timber and building materials. Price from $4 to$10 per acre; one-fourth down, balance on time. Scud for illustrated pamphlet. full of Tacts and figures, and be convinced,. Address W. 4. HOWARD, Comm'r, Graud Rapids, Mich. P. R. L. PEIRCE.Sec'ylind Dep't. March 9, 187C 13w-eow EDUCATIONAL. SCHOOL EXAMINERS' NOTICE. THE Board of School Examiners of Gallia county, O., will meet at the Union School building, 4th street, in the city of Gallipolis, the first Saturday in each month, except July and August, and also the third Saturday of the months of March, April, May, June, Septem.Ve October aiiil November, at lb o'clock A. M., for the examination of applicants for Teachers' Certificates. E. E. SPALDING, E. W. CHASE, W. MITCHELL, CVk. ' Examiners, DRUGS, ETC. 11 1 CENTENNIAL R Drug Store, GALL1TOLIS, OHIO. U Dye Stuffs, Paints, .Oils, Wi Varnishes, s Patent Medicines, Choice Liquors, T R Toilet Articles, O FANCY GOODS, It Dkdggists' Sundries,' EVERYTHING! PRESCRIPTIONS!! Jan. 13, 1S7C ly s OFFICE OF THE Gallipolis, McArthur and Columbus R. It. Co. Gallipolis, O. July 5, 187G. To the Stockholders of the Gallipo lis, Mc Arthur and Columbus Hail- road Company : mUE undersigned, as President of tho A lsoard ot Directors of the Gallipo lis, MuArthur aud Columbus Railroad Company, in pursuance of the Statute in such cases made and provided, hereby call3a meeting of the Stockholders of said Company, at tho olllee of the Sec retary ot said Company, 111 Qallipolb: uailia county, uiuo, at 10 o'clock A. M. ot the Sixteenth day of Ausrusr, A. D, Said meeting of Stockholders is called to take into consideration the inability of said Company to complete its line of road, and to consider what action shall be taken upon acert'iiu proposition now before tbe Board of Directors for tbe sale, transfer, and assignment of said line of rond, with all rights, privileges and easements as lipiy as possessed by sain company, A inn aueiKiaiicc oi ntocKiiotuers urgently requested . W. II. IjANOI.KY, Pres't Board of Directors of G., MeA. & c, Ji. I(. Co. Tidy 0, 1S7C lw Bridge Notices. OTICE is hereby given that tbe Commissioners of Gallia countv will sell the job of building a Bridge across Saudfork, near David Gates' on Wednesday, July UOth, 1870, at 10 o'clock A. M.; and upon the same day at 2 o'clock 1 M., thoy will sell the job of repairing the Bridge across Sandlork, near J. II. Carlor s. I'lau and specifications made known on day oi sum. The commissioners will aUo sell a Stone Fill to the Sugar Creek bridge, in Ohio township, on lliursday, July 27th, 1M7U, at iu o'clock. uy the Board or Commissioners. J. II. EVANS, Auditor. July 20, 187C 4w Appointment. E undersigned has been d nnilnrolirnnil line lwi .li.lir an. pointed and qualified as Adminis " "i r.iV Ji i .i...V trator, with the wlll.annexed, of the es tate ot James Chct-rington. 'dooeaiod, AUBKLIA CHKKKINGTON, JnlyG, 1S70. Adni'r, WOOL CAKDING m spin- mm, AT VINTON . ("HIE subscribers are again to receive Wool to ready cano md s?m. Siin all numbers for 17 cents per pound. Wc also guarantee all work to he done in the best order. All kinds of Produce, in addition to Woo.1, taken at highest market price for work. SHACK & HAMILTON. May 18, 1870. 2m Probate Notice: SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNTS. 'IMIE following accounts have been L filed iu the I'robatc Court of Uailia county, Ohio, for settlement, and the same will be for hearing on the 15th day of July, A. D. 1870, at 10 o'clock A.M.: Tho final account of S. P. Wood, Ad ministrator of tho estate of A. Y. Woodruff, deceased. Tho first anil final account of Fred eric Hawk, Administrator of the es tate oi f reuencK iiawk, ueceaseu. The fourth account of Isaiah Cough- ouour, Guardian of tho minor heirs of John II. Swisher, deceased. , The final account ot W. W. JSlllls, Administrator of the estate of Mary Fletcher, deceased. The llrst account of Joim A. carter, Guardian of John Bickle and Josephine Bickle, minor heirs of Solomon iiickle, deceased. The final aceonnt of Vincent Wood, Administrator, de bonis non, of tho estate of Chappell R. Davenport, deceased. The lirst account or Jonn J. ptewart, Guardian of the minor heirs of John Keels, deceased. The third account or a. ji. aiyers, Guardian of George McMycrs, mhipx heir of James M. Worthtngjcfl, de ceased. II, A. RENT, Probate Judge. June 29, 1S7C 3w Blacksmithing. mTTTC cnlwiTilver linn rn-nnr.nr.il liis X Blacksmith Shop, at the old stand, on Third Street, where he asks his old friends to call anil see him. Every branch of the business will receive prompt attention. March 4.1875. Bottle Reer. BRANnSTETTER'S BREWERY is ' now furnishing splendid Bottled Beer to parties desiring the same. All those wishing the coolest, nicest .Bottled Beer made can apply at-the Brewery, leave orders at the Merchant's Hotel, or Charles Butz's Saloon, or apply to 3Tr.,JoHtf Bibus, the driver of the Beer .wagon, lu the' city. Juno 2?; J876. 2vc BANKRUPT SALE. VAIiUMLI IEAL ESTATE For Sale. at. undersigned, as Assnmiw. in uanKruuicyor'raiielsL,.Tf!iTor. dv order 01 tne circuit Court nr tim United States for tho Southern District 01 uino, in a certain case 111 said court pending, wtierem tne underslened such assignee is plaintiff, and said Fran cis Li. LeUlercn, James A. LeClerca and others arc defendants, will offer for sale at public vendue on the premises, at two (2) o'clock, afternoon, on Monday, the 17th day of July, A. D. 1876, the following real estate, with all the privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging, to-wit: Small lots in the city of Gallinolis. Gallia Countv. Stnte of Ohio, numbered on the Dlan of a;uu i-ny one nnu two U anil J,) Willi ail buildings and Improvements thereon, subject to a right of way over and through an alley twelve feet wide across the lower side of said lot Xo. one M. to oe useu in common witli Mary E. Ford, su iuuj; as sue snail own small lot .No. three (3.) and subiect to the life esLitn 01 airs, itosma LiCUfcrcq, widow of An gustin LeCIercq, deceased, In said prem ises. Reference can Ikj made to tbe will of Augustin LeCIercq, deceased, as re corded in the ofilce of Probate Judge of uania county, Uiuo. Tor the title of said real estite and said reservation. Said real estate has been appraised at six thousand dollars ($0,000.) and can not be sold for less than two-thirds of said sum. The purchase money will be pay able, one-fourth cash iu hand, one fourth in six, one-fourth in twelve, aud one-fourth In eighteen months from day of sale; deferred payments to bear sev en (7) per cent, interest, and be seemed by mortgage on the premises sold. SAfll. A. NASH, June 10, 1S7C lw Assignee, &c. Legal Notice. JOHN CHICK, and Luclnda W. Chick, Ids wife, of Marion countv. iu the State of Illinois, William B. Car tor, of Chickasaw countv. in rhu Stit of Iowa, Oliver S. Carter, of Douglas county, in the State of Illinois, Lorenzo I). Carter, of Coles county, In the State of Illinois, Augustus J. Carter, John II. Carter, Lutlcla II. MeDaniel, John B. Stone and Cassandra Stone, Ids wife, and Alice II. Carter, widow of Isaac Carter, deceased, of Gallia countv. Ii: the State of Ohio, will take notice that a petition was filed against them on the. i;ith day of June, A. D. 1B70, in the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the county of Gallia, and State of Ohio, oy itoucrt, v. carter, ami is now pend ing, wherein the said Robert T. Carter demands nnrtition ot the following real estate, situate ip said county of Gallia, and State of Qhlo, to-wit: I; A part ot section tlilrtv-fonr C3I.) township live (Ii,) range sixteen (1(5,) beginning at the northwest comer of the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter oi said section : tlience south to the southwest corner of said northeast quarter ol tho abovo southeast quarter; tnence cast jo lar tnnt a line running north to the north Hue of said i miner. thouce west to the beginning, to contain twenty (20) acres, all within tho above described limits except one and one- fourth (Ik) acres that the meetin house is on, which was recorded a? a lot and burying ground around said meet ing house; being thoxaiuo premises eon vcyed to Isaac Carter hy Joseph Wad ded and others, by deed hearing dato of .November 2u, iS;i(i, recorded in volume 31, page 193 of tho records of deeds of Gallia county, Ohio, and also bv J. D, Hay. hy deod ho.n ing date of April G, 1S0U, and recorded iu volume .'(.", page MO of tho records of deeds of said coun ty of Gallia -. l-ot.No. forty-one (11.) In tho town of Patriot, in Gallia county, Ohio. 3. Lot No. forty-two (42,) iu the town oi I'atriot, in Uailia county, Ohio 4, JjOt.No. eighteen (18,) in the town ot i'atriot, In Gallia county, Ohio, 5. Tho west half of the southeast quarter of section.), town fi, Range 1(1, containing eighty (80) acres, he the same more or less. A rni,n 1 1 . . i nnn.t .. . ..v,...,, ... .-..w.. 31. town n, rango l(i, containing one hundred and sixty (1C0) acres, be the samo more or loss, 7. Sixty-six (CO) acres in section 31, town a, range l(j, south of northwest: and eighty-one (81) acres iu section .'II, town !, JCangc Ki, mniiiic ot north west: being part of the same premises conveyed to Isaac Carter by Jane l.oueks, hy deed bearing date ol March 13, 1S51, and recorded in vol. U3, page li.u ni tne records ot uncus ot said county. 8. Two (2) acres In the northeast quarter of section 33, town 3, range IB, beginning at the southeast corner of Margaret McCall'sland; tliencea south west direction to a siurar tree on the bank of S:md Fork Creek, also room for a fence on the north bunk to. the mill; being tho saine premises reserved by Isaac Carter- in deed made to Oliver Carter, April C, 1S0J, aud recorded in vol. 31, page 510 of said deod record. a. Eighteen (18) acres in section 33, town u, Rango 10, south side of north east; being part of tho same premises convoyed to Isaac Carter by Jane l.oueks, by deod bearing date of March 13, 1831, and recorded iu Vol. 2"i, page 234 of said deed records. 10. All that part of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of sec tion JJ, town f, range iu, lying on the south side of Sand Fork creek, except tho eighteen acre tract last above men tioned: bclii'Tpartof tbe same premises conveyed to Isaac Carter by Daniel Al lison by deed bearing date of October 18, 1S30, and recorded in vol. 11, rages 2C9 and 270 of said deed rocprds. 11. The northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section 33, town ii, range IU, except W.(, acres In said quar ter section, described as follows: Begin ning 3 chains and 91 links west ol the southeast corner of said northeast quar ter of said southeast quarter, and run ning thence north 3'J degrees west 7 chains and 20 links; thence north 70 de grees west 13 chains and 23 links to a corner on the west line of said N. E. qr. of said S. E. qr. from which a hickory tree 5 inches in diameter bears north 3 degrees eastG links, and a sugar 8 inches bears north 81 degrees west 12 links; thence south 10 chains to the southwest corner of said N. E. qr. of said S. E. qr.; tlience east 17 chains aud GO links to the place oi ueginning; tne aoove excepted premises being the same prem ises conveyed to John H. Carter by Isaac Carter, by deed hearing date of July 23, 187"i, and recorded In vol. 44, page I IM or saw deed records. ta. rue normwest quarter oi tne northwest quarter of section three (3,) town four (4,) rango sixteen (10.) con- tabling thirty-eight (33) acics, be the samo, more or less. 13. The northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 3. town 4. r.nge iu, containing thirty-cighf acres, be the same more or less. 14. The west half of the northeast Quarter OI SCCt'OIl 3. tOWIl 4. ran EC iu, containing seventy-six (70) acres, be the same more or less 15. A certain strip of land ten HUJ rniln wwin rtYfmwllnrr ni'rOSS the HQrtU end of the southeast; quarter of the northwest quarter ftf section 3, town 1, range 1G, l&hg.'tho same strip reserved by Isaac Cartor in his deed of part of the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of said section, made to David Gates, February 11, 1871, aud recorded in vol. 40, page 200 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 H. Carter may be assigned there in. ROBERT T. CARTER. By White & Holcomb, his Att'y3. June 15, 1876. Gw SHINGLES, DOORS, LATH. s J. M. Kerr & Co Are selling the uMICHIGAi " WHITE PLE A No. 1 Shingles, lull eighteen inches long, Also, best PAfiNEL O00RS, SASII, LATH, &c, Give them a call. Chean er than any place in town. June 2, 1S7C tw Sale of Real Estate. THE undersigned, as Executor of tho last will and testament of Clark R. Watts, late of Jackson county. Ohln" under and by authority of said will, and by order of the Court of Common Pleas. of Gallia county, Ohio, will, on Monday, the JJlst day ol July, 187, at one o'clock in the afternoon, upon tho premises, at public auction, sell the fol lowing real estate, to-wit: Ihe southeast quarter of the south west quarter of si ction No. 3.", T. C, R. 15, in the countv of Gallia, and Statu of Ohio. Also, ten acres off of the south side of the northeast nnarter of the outhwest quarter of said 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 No. 3.", contain ing 41 13-100 which is mrtienbirlr described Iu a deed from James Watts and wife to Clark R. Watts, dated Auril 4, 1874, and recorded in volume 43, at ages 5 and C, record of deeds of said aula county, to which reference is made, oxeeptiug about three (3,) acres conveyed by said James Watts to one leasant Wilson, a colored man. Also, trnpf ivuittltilmv M OClnO ty-cight hundredths of an acre, more or less, particularly described iu said doed from James Watts to Clark 11. Watts, and to which reference is hereby niKiIc. Said last two tracts appraised at 20.00. AH of said real otatc is appraised at Said tracts will be sold as a whole or in parcels, as may lie found best for the estate, on day of sale. Said lands will be sold free of dower. Said lands will not lie sold tor loss than two-thirds of the appraised value, and upon terms of one-mini oi purchase money cash iu hand on day of sale, one-third iu nine, aud one-third In eighteen mouths from day of salo. Said deferred payments to bear interest and bo secured by mort gage on the premises sold. WILLIAM WADDELL, Executor of Clark li. Watts, dee'd. June 22, 1870. Notice. THOMAS M. TUOMAfi.or Wall, will take uotirn tint l.utlier tl. Oman, nr Cillin countv. Ohio, i lit I on tho Slltli ilay nl lamiarv, A. 1. 1ST., Illn hit petition in tint Court or Coin, mon l'leits, within ami tor the enmity ot (ialli.-i, in silil Stsle nr Ohio. ai?:ilut tho viM Thninns M.Thmn.is.ilcleiulutit. scttintr forth tho making ami ili'liveriiiR by saiilelViicl:int nn tho litli ilay ofNovemlHT, A l.lS73,at I'hiirmnn.U .ofn rer tain promissory nnlp in writlnjtof that Male, lie thereby rnmUlnir to pay to the oritcr of UtMnan .t .loncs n to at S jnjr rent. Interest I'mni il.tto until iniiil, one i:iy alter il.ttu thereof; that Rt'mnn & .loncs then ami there iuilorsiM ami tin. livere.l the sumo to the R-iM plaintiff; that a payment nr fiiMK) v;w mailn thereon on Ihe Villi ilay of November, A. I). 187:1. ami that there liilnu mill unnuiil thereon $197 !13 with interest at 8 per cent, from tho 13th ilay nf Novomlwr, a. ii. lbii, ior wiiii'.ii m ilium asks iimprmciu The plalntiOT also Ii:h tlloittho proper atlhturit Tor an onlor ot attachment, ami an onlcr of at- lacnmoiic mis iHtou isine.i in s:ituc:ie toaitacii property or s:ti,l defendant. Tho saM defendant is notillL"! that ho is rcniurcil to appear ami an swer said ictition on or hrlbro tho third Satur day niturino suiiiuayoi Jiuy. a. u. itno LUTUKIt M. IIKMaN. Junel5,1878.-Cw ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. f X pursuance of an order or tne Pro- JL ualu court ot tinllia county, uiuo, t will oiler for s:ilc, .it pulilic miction, on the 20th day of July. 1S7G, at 1 o'clock P. If., upon the premises, tlic following ilescrilioil re:il ot:tto, Fituati; in Kaccoou township, Gallia county, Ohio, to-wit: Hie north halt ot the northeast quarter of section AO. 31; also the northwest fitifirter of the northwest quarter of sec tion No. 33; also the south half of the southeast quarter of section No. 27, lie- ins the same promises conveyed hy Da vid White to Jacob White, by deed dated Ma roll 12th, 1S17, and recorded in vol. 23, page 112, Kecord of Deeds, Gallia countv, Ohio, except 4 acres, more or loss, conveyed hy Jacob White to u. A White. iy decimated uctoDer 2U, isvi, and recorded iu the records of deeds of said county. To bo sold for not less than $2,000, subject to the widow's dow er therein. Terms of Sale One-third in hand, one-third iu one year, and one-third Iu two years trom day ol sale, witii inter est; payments to be secured by mort gage on the premises sold. J. IV. Itiuir-i AWMf Jacob White, dee'd. By White & Uolcojib, Att'ys. Juno 29, 1S70. lw Guardian's Sale. IN pursuance or an order of tho l'ro bate Court of Gallia comity, Ohio, made on the 'ZM day ol .nine, A. u. 1870. In the case of John B. Lasley. Guardian of Abraham Lasley, against His Ward, the undersigned will, on the li2l day of .Inly, A. 1). 187C, at one o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court-hniisc, lu Gallipolis, Gallia county, Ohio, oiler at public sale the fol lowing iicscriiKui real estate, situate in the county of Gallia, Ohio, to-wit: The northeast half of lot No, three hundred and eighty-six (USC,) In the city of Gal lipolis, in Raul county. Terms ot Sale Une-hait cash on tne dav of sale, one-half Iu six months from day of sale, to be secured by mort gage ou the premises sold, and deferred payment to Dear interest at six im.t tier annum. Appraised at $2.V).00. JOHN B. LASLEY, Guardian of Abraham Lasley. June 29, 187C !w SALT. SALT. SALL HEADQUARTERS For Fine Kanawha Salt in new barrels; lower than ever, afc J. M. Kerr & Co.'s. June 15, 187C lw Straightening: Cir cle Saws. I AM prepared to straighten all kinds of Saws, from Hand Saw to tho largest Circle Saw. Take out Buckles, Burns, Crooks and Rimbouud, and make them as good as new, In short notice. Apply at Rclfsnyder & Betz'3 Saw Mm. joilnt bexz. Gallipolis, Feb. 17, 1876,-Cm PLANING MILL. KULLINIDX, LAWSON & CO,, Architects and Builders, Manufacturers of DOORS, SA.SH, BLINDS, WINDOW" AND DOOB FRAMES, AND MOLDINGS OP ALL KINDS Also Dealers in PLANED AND ROUGH LUMBER. C" Orders solicited. Third Stree h. tweon Loonst and Cedar, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Fli 15. IS73. BUILDERS. i S. & II. N. F0KD ARCHITECTS AND GUILDERS, If ANUFACTUEKES OF Doors, JSash, Kllnds, WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES, Mouldings, etc., etc. ALSO, DZALXXS IN Planed and Rough Lumber OF ALL KINDS. Hsvinpnow & LarjreStockofSEASONED LUMRKlt on hand, we are prepared to fill allonlcrawith which we are favored, prompt- anu ai umu rnces. T.S A H.N. FORD, t-Factory and Lumber-Yard Foot of Third Street. s. 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It contains no alcohol and is as pleasant to TAKE as honey. It nev er gripes, uy reguiaiing tne stomacu anil uoweis tne uastoria cools the blood, expels worms aud prevents fe- vcrislincss, quiets the nerves and pro duces health then of .course children can' sleet in quiet and mothers cak rest. Castoria is recommended by all physi cians and nurses who have tried it, and it is having a rapidly increasing sale. It 13 nropared with great care alter tna recipe of Dr. Samncl Pitcher, of Mass., at the Laboratory of J. B. Rose & Co.. 40 Doy Street, New York. June 20, 1S7C 4vr Notice. 1 PROPOSALS will be received at tha . ofllcc of A. 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