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ec TV xxt li and. .Tustice.5 Wl. NASH, Editor. !rOO in. Advance GJLLLIPOLIS, OHIO, TMUKSBAY, 12 18SO. Volume XliV. Ktunher 14? Journal BANKING. OHIO "VALLEY MN-K, GtAXJdrporis,, ohio. Cash Capital,. 9 100,000. Individual Inability, 800,000. A. Hknkino, President.. ' J. T . XlisLLVDkT, Vice President. W. T. Mintuek, Cashier. j, DIRECTORS: if . - - AuBEXZXxa, '. - Wm. Shober, J. T. Halliday, C. D. Bailkt, p. W. Hkhkino: CBuys Gold,- Silver! Coupons and finropiimnW llnrtfla nt. hlo-hest rirlcesi Makes collections, on .all. pblntsj, jand issues Draft3 on principal Cities In the umceu peaces anu Europe, ooiiciw deposits of private as well as corporate iunus. Banking hours from 9 A. 21. to 3 P.M. Feb. 13, 1879. BANK, GALUPOLIS. EDWARD DELETOMBE, President. JOSEPH HUNT, ' . ' Vice-President. JNO. A. HAMILTON, Cashier. Capital Stock, - - $100,000. DIRECTORS: Edward Deletombc, Jno. A. Hamilton, Reuben Alcshire, Jos. Hunt, John Hutsinpiller, J. S. Blackaller. Buys Gold, Silver, U. S. Bonds, Cou pons, and Government Securities of all kinds. Bank open from 9 A. M.to 3 P. M. JNO. A. HAMILTON". Cashier. L. M. BEMAN S. U. RJtLLEB, Pres't. Vice Pres't. m. e. beman. Cashier. CENTREVILL.E National Bank OE THURMAN, OHIO. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 100,000. BANK OF CIRCULATION, Dis count and Exchange. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Good paper purchased. Drafts on New York, Cin cinnati and other cities for sale. Banking hours from 9 to 12 and from lto4. , wm:ECTORg.rv, L. M. Beman, S. 0. Keller, Permelia Wood, J.O. Gross, S. P. Porter. SADDLES AND SADDLERY. ESTABLISHED IN 1832. XT Manufacturer and Dealer in SADOLES, BBlDLESo Harness, Collars, Trace-Chains, Curry-Combs Horse-Bmshes. &c. COURT ST., GALLIPOLIS, 0. IS"Repairing promptly attended to. Prices to suit the times., July 18. 1877. l)ealers in WHEAT, FLOUR, Mill Feed, Corn, &c, "Buckeye Mills," State Street, near Fourth, GALLIPOLIS, O. Gash paid for Wheat! July 3, 1879. Lawson I Bell MILLING. R. ALE3HIRS & CO OKALXBB Flour Wheat, Hill-Feed, &c. GASH FOT WHEAT EUREKA MILLS, GALLIPOLIS. OHIO. W. M. Hidenour Dealer in BOOTS! SHOES, HATS, &c., Court Sty Gallipolis, 0. The best Stock, and the lowest prices, of any house in town, aii new. Call and see. 'ApHllT, 1879'. "attorney at 1AW, Office at residence, Front St., above AJuronr nouse, 'Gaxlipolii, Oaio. GROCERIES, &C. CHARLES SBMON, - Wholesale'and Retail Dealer In Groceries, -. CeHfectienrIe, - Provisions, Sec, COURT ST.. BET. SECOND & THIRD, .. ; GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Resnectfullvasks the citizens of Gallipo- , . ,, -. . . . i H.i i i lis to tan a&ms esrauiisiiuteufcuuc.aui- ln h!s stock of f. i ?n7 i GROCERIES J -Is Z . I S s tJonsistlng of aH'articlea iWbe found in a . FAMILY GROCERY STORE. . My stock" of CONFECTIONERIES are large anu complete ; such as. Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, &c. By strict attention to business, selling at small profits, I hope, to merit, a share or puDiic patronage. OYSTERS by'gthecatuand half can-rof the best quality, anu warrantee to oe iresii. COUNTRY, PRODUCE ol nil kinds wanted, for which the highest "market price win do pain. vw-r 1 (y. semon WHOLESALE GROCERS. ALLEM01, BABR k CO., Succeesors to HENKING, ALLEMONG & CO., Wholesale Grocers AND DEALERS IN Produce and Provisions, GALLIPOLIS, - - - - OHIO Jan. 2, 1879. AT S. BISHOP & CO S. IS THE PLACE TO BUY J Furniture . MADE by hand, and of Cincinnati manufacture, the best Furni ture in the market, and at the lowest Price for Cash. You. can, get a good Bedstead, a good Mattrass, a good Tiresslng "Bu reau, with glass, a good Wash Stand, a good Extension Tabic, a good Safe, Six Chairs, and a good Kitchen Table, for $20 Cash. All goods warranted to be made good and strong. Call and see for ourself before purchasing elsewhere. Goods delivered in city or on boat free of charge. Do not forget the place, corner Third and Court str., Gallipolis, Ohio. April 17, 1879. Rio Grande College. THIS Institute offers complete Class ical and Scientific courses of study, frad nates from which receive the egrees of A. B. and B. S., respectively; also College Preparatory, Normal and Commercial courses. Classes are form ed, also, each term in the common English branches to suit students not in regular course. A class beginning Latin is formed regularly the third term of each year. Four terms a year ot ten weeKS eacn. First Term begins Aug 2G, 1879; Second Term begins Nov. 3, 1879. EXPENSES. Tuition and Incidentals from $7 to $8 per terra, .or from $25 to $28, per year. instrumental music $ iu ior zu lessons. Vocal Music, Penmanship, or Book Keeping, $1 extra for 20 lessons. JBoardCincludingTOom.rent)as.of-- fered in the Hall at the exceedingly low price-of $2.15-per week. Thfi C.nWetr !cr situated' nt. RlnOr.inde. Gallia Co., O., a quiet healthy locality on tne stage line Detween ua& uiu anu f!nHinnll3 For catalogue or other information, apppiy to A. A. MUUHUJN, rres t C. W. ERNSTING, SECOND STREET, GALLIPOLIS, Dealer in "Watches, Jewelry, Silver ware, Clocks, Spec tacles, &c, &c.? .... . raT"Repairing neatly done and warranted. -- Patronage ot thc-public solicited. Dec. 13..'77 TT0RT0N2S 'celebrated .Peacock LL Coal. Full supply always on hand.,- - J r i Also, constantly on. hand, the best T7- 1. T j - . . . ' . , aauawua uump, mutanu oiacK uoai, i t -. - -. ... . - - - . sue cueapest jn tne market.-; My facilities are such that 1 can supply these coals, at any landing by the float or barge load, and at prices to accommodate consumers. Office,. at the landing opposite the untour nouse. J. HAMILTON, Agent. May 8, 1879. For Rerif. TUIE large two-story brick business :L Housei on the.corner of Second and 'Pino streets, one square above the Rail- roaa. it is in good repair, wttn. new and modern fixtures. Possession given on or about the 20th of March; En quire of HENRY BEALL. GaUipolls, Jan. 10, 1880. 8 w br mm, ON ACCOUNT OF HIS IMMENSE PRACTICE Gallipolis, O., -ON- MOHDAY AND TUESDAY, MARCH 22 AND 23, 1880, AND WILL Remain 2 "Days. AT THE DUFOUR HOUSE, Where he can be consulted on the ThmM & Map,, CATAERH of the HEAD, I AND- NASAL ORGANS,' S E Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder, FEMALE DISEASES, As well as all C hronio Diseases! DE. FISHBLATT Has discovered the greatest cure In the world for weakness of the back and limbs, involuntary discbarges, lmpotencjr. general debility, ner-, vousne9, languor, contusion 01 incus. palpita tion ot the heart, timiditr. tremblinz.diraness of sight or gidiness. diseases of the head, throat, nose or skin, affections of the liver, lungs, stomach or bowels those terrible disorders arising from solitary habits of youth and secret practices more fatal to their victims than the songs of the Syrens to the mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most radiant hopes or anticiiu tiost, rendering marriage Impossible YOUNG MEN Who havo become victims of solitary t!c. that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young men 01 exauca taienc ana urituant inieueci., who might otherwise have entranced listening senates with the thunders of their eloquence, or waked to ecstacy the living lyre, may call with tun commence. MAERIAGE. Harried nersons or vonnz men contemnlating marriage, aware of physical weakness Io of pro-creatlvo powers, Impotency. or any other disqualifications, Fiieedily relieved. He' who place.' himself under the care of Dr. Fishblutt may religiously confide in his honor as a gentle man, ana connuenuy. reiy upon ms :mu u a physician. OEGANAL WEAKNESS Immediately cured and fall vigor restored. This distressing affliction which renders life a bur den and marriage Impossible is the penalty paiu ty tne victim or improper lnnuigence. V'oung persons are too apt to commit excesses from not being aware of thedreadful consequen ces that may ensue. Now who that understands tnis subject win ueny mat pro-creation is not lost sooner by those falling into improper habits than by the prudentf -Besides being-deprived' of tbe pleasure of healthy offspring, the most serious destructive symptoms of, mind and body arise. Tho'svstem becomes deraneed.the Dhv- sical and mental functions weakened. Loss of pro-creative power, irritability, dyspepsia, pal nitation of the heart. Indigestion, constitntional debility, wasting ol the frame, cough, consump tion anu aeatn. A CURE WARRANTED.; Persons ruined in health by pretenders, who keep them trifling month 'alter month, taking poisonous and injurious compounds, should apply immeaiateiy. DR. FISHBLATT, Graduate of one of the most eminent colleges in the United States, has effected some of tbe most astonishing cures that were ever known , many troubled with ringing in the bead and ears when asleep, greatnervousness, being alarmed at cer tain sounds, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of the mind, were cured immediately. Take Particular Notice. Dr. F. addresses all those who have lniured themselver bv imDronerlndulrenccs and solitary habits, which ruin both mind and body, unfitting them lor business, stuay, society or marriage. These are 6ome 01 tne sau ana meiancnoiy ei fects produced by the early habits of youth, viz: weakness of the hack and limbs, oala fin the head, dimness of sight, loss of mnscular power, palpitation of tbe heart, dyspepsia, nervous irri tability, derangement of the digestive functions. debility, consumption, ac 3. i noae wuuresiue utauiauuiuc, aim tint i-nll will rfr.p!vn nromnt attention through malirby'slmplydsending" their symptoms" with' postage, caress, . t - -A: v ' -LOCK UOX, 7, Jan. 22, 1879. . .Uhllllcothe. O. De. J. G. HALL, VITAPATHIC PHYSICIAN, WOULD respectfully announce to thn pttl.ono nf fttlllnnlttt flnrl -vicinity, that he has permanently lo- cateu in mis place, anu win uevote ma wnoie time to tne treatment 01 ACUTE AND CHROKIC DISEASES, maklnrr a soecialtv of the latier. All calls promptly attended,, either day or night. Office At.. J. C Graham's, corner oi state ana f ourth sts. Slay 15, 137?-tf THE LOST KISS. BY J. W. RILEY. T nnt hr the half-written rjocm. While the pen idly trailed In ray hand, Writes on, "Had I words to complete it. Who'd read It or who'd understand!'? But the little bare feet on the stairway, And the faint smothered laugh in the hall, And the eerie-low lisp on the silence, Cry up to me over it all. So I gathered It up where was broken The tear-failed thread of my theme, Telling how, as one nlghtl was writing, A fairy broke in on my dream, A little Inquisitive fairy My own little girl with the gold Of the sun in her hair, and the dewy Blue eyes of the fairies of old. 'Twas the dear little girl that I scolded "For was it a moment like this," I safd "when she knew I'was busy, To come romping in for a kiss? Come rjowdytng up from her mother, A.na ciamuenng. tnere at ray Knee For 'One 'ittle kiss for my dolly, And one 'ittle uzzer for me I" God pity the heart that repelled her And the cold hand that turned her away, And take from the lips that dented her This answerless prayer of to-day! Take, Lord, from my raem'ry forever That pitiful sob of despair, And the patter and trip of the little bare feet, And the one piercing cry on the stair. put by the half-written poem, While the pen idly trailed in my hand, Writes on "Had I words to complete it. Who'd read it, or who'd understand?" But the little bare feet on the stairway, And the faint, smothered laugh in the li.il! And the eerie-low lisp on the silence, Cry u;j to me over all. Indianapolis Journal. Columbus Letter. Columbus Letter. Doings of the Legislature--Probabilities Columbus Letter. Doings of the Legislature--Probabilities of Reorganization-- Columbus Letter. Doings of the Legislature--Probabilities of Reorganization--Corrected The Code--The Columbus Letter. Doings of the Legislature--Probabilities of Reorganization--Corrected The Code--The Ohio Penitentiary-- Interesting Points as to how it is ran. [Special Corr. of the Journal.] COLUMBUS, Feb. 3d, 1880. "Old Probs." has at last awakened to realize In a degree that a justly indig nant people have some rights that should be respected, and .instead of a continuation of weather appropriate to spring and full, he has after some weeks patient waiting, given a twist, to the regulating faucet, and Saturday evening and Sunday we had a slight supply of "cold comtort" but hardly cool' enough to compel one, to wear an overcoat. Last week we had plenty of dust on High, being tlic first of the season. It wrestled bravely to prolong Its existence, but on Friday the sprinkling carts were brouzht Into requisition to lay the January dust. "Old Probs."" "however came in about the same timo with a shower, and came out about 40 caps ahead of the carts. I he dust Is becom ing as bad again; there is no telling what we win nave to put up witu tins week. THE LEGISLATURE. seem more determined than ever to have the session end "90 days from dato" of commencement atid are pushing things lively. With a view of reorgan ization the Finance Committee of the Senate have been visiting the several. State Institutions. At the Athens Asylum they found things in a bad con dition. The Superintendent kept one set of books and the steward Bell, of notorious fame in a nasty scandal last spring, another' set' and neither seemed to agree. The committee made their report and from what can be learned this place will receive a general over hauling, much to the benefit ot the State. One or two other of the State institutions will in all probabilities have some changes in the management. Itissafeto make the statement that at least one-fourth of the bills intro duced this week In the Legislature have betfn for' the undoing of mischief done by the Democrats and for the correction of the code, in which so many gross errors have been found. Some, little trouble was anticipated in the matter of appointing the mine inspector, hut as neither Owens or Roy are Republicans they have no special claims unless it be the latter gentleman, who will no doubt be ap pointed. THE OHIO PENITENTIARY. ; Few strangers visit Columbus, but what take in 'the .sights at the Peniten tiary oeiore leaving tne citv, anu tne scenes witnessed while making a tour through, this great institution, doubtless forms the main topic for conversation at many a lircside during these long winter evenings. But the visitors have not the opportunity in a short and hurried trip through the Institution to learn one-tenth' that is to be seen. A regular route of what seems to be the most interesting sights is laid out for visitors, but other than the Informa tion gleaned from the attending guard they learn nothing of the management and care of this great establishment. There are many tnmg3 which are In teresting to the people that can only be learned by a careful innulrv from' the officers in charge and to them the writer is indebted lor the following facts: Over 1,300 convicts are to-day con lined behind the massive walls and strong iron bars. The crimes, church relation, nativity and previous occupa tion of over COO as registered last year is as follows: 1C3 were convicte'd of burglary and larceny; 83. for burglary; 11 for manslaughter; C for murder In' second degree; 15 for shooting with intent to kill: 83 for grand larceny: 28 for forgery, and 29 for horse-stealing. ah tne crimes ior wmch a man can he. punished by imprisonment are repre sented. Of this GOO .the parental church i relation ol, 17'J were .Methodist; ISA' Catholic; Go Baptfst;"53 Presbyterian; 33 Protestant Episcopal: IS Discinles: -and 14 United Brethren. In the, nativ ity ot the convicts, Ohio stands first With 2G5 representatives, 5G are irom Pennsylvania, and nearly all other States In the Union lilso have a repre sentative or so. England, .Germany, Sweden, Australia, Italy. Swizerland. Ireland, Wales, France and Scotland also contribute to the list, I1U were larmers before imprisonment, 109 labor ers, 14 butchers, 10 engineers,-13 tailors, 17 barbers, 8 with no trade when they went la. .but will be more fortunate -when they come out, 8 printers, and 1 Justice of Peace. In this list all the trades and professions are renresehted. Out of this list 291 'are between the. age or 14 and Jo: 226 between the age of 25 and 50, and 60 between the age of 4U ana eigiity. ksz 01 tuese are single men; 173 married and 28 widowers. Of the number received last vear all could read "and write' 14688 of this number could read but 65 "could neith er read er writ 392 vrsre ot intemper ate habits and 191 of professed temperate habits. The receipts of the Penitentiary )ast year irorn convict labor, etc., were $172,381 02, while the expenses were $176,077 36. Visitors are charged an admission of CI .T 1 t . . f events, anu tne amount received irom this "source last year was about 43.C0O. so one can see that a large number of visitors inciuue this as one or the sights of the city. To feed this large army of convlcts.it 100K ?04,auu mm ior provisions 243 head of cattle; 715 hogs; 48,601 pouuds of corned beef: 1.03G barrels of flour. 7.8S4 bushels of wheat 8,133 bushels of corn, iu2a pounds or conee. For the use of those who have acouired th habit of using tobacco 9,375 pounds of touacco were required. THE RULES, for the dicipllne and government of the Penitentiary are most strictly ob served, in a dook kept oy the Warden is entered a record of everv infraction ofthe published ruie3 ol discipline with me name 01 tne guilty prisoner. Upon the arrival of a prisoner at tbe I llCtltllt tin.' -ntA-a lifo date of reception, and general descrip tion of person. He is then talcen to a rodm, has his hair and whiskers cut, given a bath and then dressed in the striped uniform of the prison. While serving ills term his behavior is reported each day, and when discharged or par doned or escapes, the record Is made on the book in which he was first en rolled. The Penitentiary Physician keeps what is called the "Hospital Register," where the names ot all pris oners sick, or complaining who require meaic.11 treatment, with the disease ot each and his prescription therefore, Is entered. Each convict is furnished with a Bible or Testament and attends divine services In the prison chapel every Sun day. A large library for the nse of the convicts 13 under the charge' of the chaplain. A catalogue is furnished each prisoner, and they are afforded op portunity to do quite an amount of reading as the lights in the cells as well in the rorrlders burn until 9 o'clock. About 800 volumes are sent out weekly on orders, and about 400 are passed around in general circulation that is if a man cau read, a book is placed in his cell, whether one was ordered or-, not. Every Friday the prisoners wishing their books changed, lay them on the foot of their beds. A pris oner can retain a book, two weeks. Reading matter is in demand In about the following order: Fiction, Maga zines, history and Biography, science arid religion. It will take too much space in one letter to tell all the inter esting things about Ohio's great Peni tentiary and at some futnre day will write more about it, and closing with advice which Chaplain Burns gives in tlie following: .Society will havo to see to It that all its youthful members are sent to school, and primary education is supplemented by further training of brain or hand, so that they may be prepared to battle for a living with the odds in their favor; and, at the same time to charter fewer rum shops, with back doors lead ing to the State Penitentiary, before it can escape the charge of the French 'philosopher: "Society -prepares the crime which the criminal commits." F. L. C. Who are American Aristocrats. Twenty years ago this oae made candles, that one sold candles and butter, "another butchered, a fourth carried on a distillery, another was a contractor on canals, others were merchants and mechanics. They are acquainted with both ends of society, and their children will be after them, though it will not do to say so out loud. For often you find these toiling worms hatch butterflies and they live about a year. Death brings a division of property, and it brings new financiers. The old gent is dis charged, the young gent takes rev enues and begins to travel toward poverty, which he reaches before death, or his children do if he does not; so that, in fact, though there is a sort of money rank, it is not herid itary; it is accessible to all. The father grubs and grows rich: his children strut and use the money. The children in turn inherit pride and go shiftless to poverty. Next their children, reinvigorated by fresh plcbian blood, and by the smell of the clod, come up again. Thus, society, like a tree, draws its sap from the earth, changes it into seed blossoms, spreads them around in great glory, sheds them, to fall to the earth again, to mingle with the soil, and at length to reappear in new dress and fresh garniture. The Meanest Man. Almost every city and town lays claim to the meanest man, but we be lieve that about the smallest speci men of a mean man resides at New bury port, says the Herald of that city. A few days ago he called at a hardware store, and represented that he was troubled with a mouse-in his pantry at home, at the same time asking the clerk for the loan of a mouse trap to catch the animal. The clerk replied that was not the way business was done at that establish' ment, but informed the gentleman who was being impoverished by the mouse that a good trap could be pur chase for twenty cent3. After some bickering the bargain was conclud ed. A few days afterward, however, in walked the owner of the trap with the information that he had been successful in catching tbe mouse and that the article would be of n, farther use to him. This was folo. lowed by a request that the store keeper take back the trap and re turn him the original price. This was rather a- staggerer In the way of check, but the man behind the coun ter quietly took out twenty cents, passed it over to the m. m., and re marked that he would refund the mo ney and at the 6ame time present him with the trap. Gracefully thanking him, the m. m., quickly pocketed the cash and trap, and walked out with the satisfied air of conscious rectitude. "John, what odor is that?" "Cloves love." "But that other?'' "Allspice, my beloved." "But isn't there another?' "Yes,' apples, bc lovedest.'' "Just one morof "Rais ins, my moBt belovedest." "Well, Johnr if ou'd only drink just a little brandy, now, I think yon would make a good mines pie." Wishing to REDUCE STOCK, as much as possible between now and then will offer some Ctreat Bargains in all elasses of Mdse. 3- BOSITJS. Jan. 15, 1880. BROSIDS 8 m mmwMm www mwmmm ON THE PUBLIC SQUAKE ABOUT MARCH 1st, 1880. In order to reduce Stock before moving we have made BIG REDUCTIONS on all Heavy Goods. LOOK AT THE REDUCTION OF HEAVY BOOTS: Our 3.00 Boots reduced to $2.50. Our 32.50 Boots reduced to $2.00, Our $2.00 Boots reduced to $1.50. All other Winter Goods reduced proportionately as low. Jan. 15, 1880, REMOVAL. J 1 WILX, MOVE ON PUBLIC SQUAKE, WILL REMOTE TO IIH, OLDEST DRUG STAND. DEALER Drugs, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Widow Glass, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, etc., etc. I have on hand, and am constantly being supplied with A LABGE ASSORTMENT OF Patent Medicines, WUICU I AM SELLING TO GRANGERS and all OTHERS at greatly REDUCED PRICES, FOR CASH. Cash must attend all Or ders, otherwise the usual charges will be made. CARBOLIC BLACK INK, never moulds and freezing will not injure. Feb. 15. 1877 ly. . 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 GaUipolls, the llrst Saturday in each month, except August, and also the third Saturday of the months of March, April, Hay, June, September, October and, November, at 9 o'clock A. M., foe the examination of appli cants for Teachers' Certificates. JAS. L. LASLET, A. A. MOULTON, W. U.-M1TCITELL, Cl'k. Examiners. The, largest stock of Caps for men, boys and' children, and greatest v rietyJftt BId.enourf. Dr. JOHN SANNS BELIABLEJNDEMNITY. 1862 GEO. HOUSE, 1879 SUCESSOR to the Old Established Agency of K. L. Stewart, Flic, In land, .Marine, Life and Accident In jurs nee. . Assets. iEtna, Hartford, Conn... $6,803,522 10 Continental, New York.. 3,327,772 00 Insurance Co., North America, Philadelphia, organized 17W 6,G52,009 00 Underwriters A gency, New York , . . . . 3,3C2,G2G 00 Queen of Liverpool, Assets In U. S 1,034,791 00 Amazon, Cincinnati 005,317 00 German American, New York 2,471,781 00 British American, Toron- to.Canada, U. S. Branch, 671,415 00 Travelers, Life and Acci dent, Hartford, Conn.. 4,505,445 00 Niagara, New York 1,329,050 10 Piremans Fund, San Fran cisco, 701,221 00 Pennsylvania, Philadel phia 1,855,23S 00 May 8, 1870 CONSUMPTION, AbTHMA, CA TARRH AND BRONCHITIS, CURABLE, If taken in time. Procrastination is the thief of time. MEDICAL INHALATIONS AS A DOITED 11Y DR. ALCORN With his Local Appliances and Con' stitutional Treatment, Gives Instant Belief. A LL who are afflicted and wish to JA. avail themselves of his successful Scientific Modern System of Cure, should call without delay. The treat ment can be pursued by the patients at their homes without inconvenience, and tiiose who cannot call can consult him by letter. Call or add ress, Feb. C, 1879 tf McK- M.A.SPRAGUE, CONTRACTOR AND WML JOBBING IN ALL KINDS OF Wl oiianfl Masonry. " GRATES AND MANTLES SET ON SHORT NOTICE. WEast side of Second street, two doors above.Fublic Square. Jan. 8, 1880-ly S. M.JSranchberry, THE COURT STREET Olotlxier AND DEALER IN Furnishing Goods and Hats. April 3, 1879. Motiee. LENA POPE, Lewis Pope, her husband, Kat Wmla, William Wotla, her husband, or th county or Stearns. Iu the State or Minnesota ami Rachel EnglehanlU or the conntr or Gallia. In tbe State or Ohio, will take notice that a peti tion was Bleil against them on the 17th day of January. A. D. 1880, in the Court or Common Picas within and Tor the county or Gallia, by Ausnst Knglehardt, cuardlan or John Miller. Henry Miller, Frederick Miller, Gcorefl Miller, Sophia Miller. August Millerand Millie MUIer, minor children and heirs orGeorze MiIIer.de ceased. and is now pending, wherein the said August Englchardt, as such guardian, demands partition or the following real estate situate in the county or Gallia, and state ofOhlo. to-wlt: The soutn-east quarter or the south-west quar ter or Section No. nine (9). Town fonr (4). Range sixteen (16), containing forty acres. Also tbe nonth-west quarter of the south-east quarter of said Scclion No. nine (9), Town four (4), Bange sixteen (1C, containing forty acres. Also the north-weat quarter or the north-east quarter of Section No. sixteen (16), Town four (4), Range sixteen (16). containing forty acres; that tne dower of Rachel Englebardt may be assigned therein, and that at the next term or said court the said August Englehardt. as such guardian, will nrmlr for an order that nartition be made of said premises, and said dower assigned therein. AUGUST JSaUljEMAKDT, Guardian. White & Holcomb, Att'ys. Jan. 22, 1880 Cw JIRESH OYSTERS just received, at S. G-OETZ', Sr., CORNER OF GRAPE AND THIRD STREETS. The very best quality of FRESH OYS TERS are received by Mr. Goetz eyery mornlLg. This is the place. S. GOETZ. January 10,1878 J. R. Saffobd. T. S. Brown. M SAEFOi k BROWN, IDENTIS1S, OFFICES, SECOND ST. Aug. 14, 1879.