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'TbJPffAaHxEattor,t ! '- . Tith andtistice." . , - 1 gQ in Advance Volume XUT ?j U ;4iaaEOiag, mO, TmDBPAY, FEBRUARY gg,t 188Q. ynmber i BANKING. Ban! OHIO TATXEY BAN.K, .GALLIEOIJS, .OHIO.. Cash Capital, X 00,000 Individual Inability, 9800,000. r" ! A Ttp-virrvn President. J. T.llALiXDxir, Vice President, W. T. MnrruMf, Cashier,, , , . . V . . ' f; . DIRECTOBS: s J. A. IlKNKISa, v . WM. SHOBtR, J. 3?. .Haiaiday.v,? C. D. Bailey, C. W. Hctxixa. Buys Gold, Silver, Coupons and Government Bonds at' highest-prices: Makes collections on all points and Iisues Drafts' on principal i Cities In the United States and Europe. Solicits deposits Of 'private as well as corporate lunus. ... KanHnw linnrs from 9 A. M. to- 3 P.M. Feb. 13, 1870. BANE, GALLjPOLlS. EDWARD DELETOMBET ' " President JOSEPH' HUNT," . ; t Vice-President.. JNOr A. HAMILTON, Cashier. Capital Stock, - - $100,000. DIRECTORS: Edward Deletombe, Jno. A. Hamilton, Reuben Aleshire, Jos. Hunt, John;Hutsinpiller, J. S., Blackaller. Rnva old. Silver. U. S. Bonds. Cou pons, and GovernmentSscuritles of-alK units. ... . , - Bank open from A. IT. to R Pi M. JNO. A. HAMILTON. Cashier. K. iX. REMAN S. u. ivklixe, Pres't. Vice Pres't. m. e. beman. Cashier. CENTREVILLE National Bank ' OP THURMAN, OHIO. auithorized capital, 5100,000. BANK OP CIRCULATION, Dis count and Exchange. Interest paid 'on Time Deposits. Good paper purchased. Draft on New York, Cin cinnati and other cities for 'sale. Banking hours from a to 12 ana irom DIRECTORS: L. M: Beman, Permelia Wood, -B. P. Porter. S. 0. Keller, J. C."Gro3i, MILLING. r Dealers in WHEAT, FLOTJB, Mill Feed, Corn, &c, "Buckeye Mills," State Street, near Fourth, GALLIPOLIS, 0. Cash paid for Wheat! Jnly 3, 1879. MILLING. R. ALBSHIRB & OO DXAtlES IR Flour, Wheat, flf Ill-Feed, &c. CASH FOR WHEAT, EUREKA IfllXLS, GALLIPOLTS. OHIO. Vfm M. Hidenour ek IJealer.in . i BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c., Court St., Gallipolis, 0, The best Stock, and the loyrest prices, of any house in town. All new. Call and see. .April 17, 1879. ATTORNEY AT LAWJ, Oroce at residence, Front St., ahove Dufour House, Gallipolis, Ohio. WHOLESALE GROCERS. ALLEM01, BAER i CO. Succeesors to HIMIN6, ALLEHONS & CO. Wholesale Grocerf AND DEALERS IN Produce and Provisions,, GALLIPOLIS, - - - - OHIO Jan. '2, 1879. Those .Ear Muffs at RldenoarVare i, good thing: sticR'rmorning8 as the present, try apMr... . ' U . 1. mm, 1. ;0N ACCOUNT OF HIS IMMENSE PRACTICE -IN- Grailipolis, O;, -WILL MAKE-r HIS NEXT VISIT -ON- MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MABCir722aB , 23, 1880, -AND WILL- Remain2Days. -AT JTHEy- DUFOUR HOUSE, I Where he can be consulted on the CATARRH of the HEAD, tAND- NASAL OEGANS, Diseases, of the Kidneys and Bladdeiv FEMAllE 'BiSEASES. As well as all . ! i i I i f i Chronic Diseases! DR. FISHBLATT Has discovered the greatest cure In tbe world for weakness of the back and limbs, Involuntary discharges, impotence general debility, ner vousness, languor, confusion of Ideas, palpita tion of tbe heartttimidity, trembling, dimness of sight or gldiness, diseases of the- head, throat, nose or ikin. affections of the liver, lungs, s to roach or bowels tbose terrible disorders arislne from solitary habits of youth and secret practices more fatal to their victims than the songs of the Syrens to the mariners of Ulvsses, blighting their most radiant hopes or anticipa tions, rendering marriage impossible YOUNG- MEN Who have become victims of solitary vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young men or exsuea taient ana nriiuant mieiieci, who might otherwise have entranced listening senates with the thunders of their eloquence, or waked to ecstaey tbe living lyre, may call with full confidence."' ' MARRIAGE, Harried nersons or vonn? men contemplating marrlage, aware of physical weakness, loss of r, or anv oiuvr eved. He who places himself-under the csro of Dr. Fishblatt may religiously connae in nis nonor as a venue, man. and confidently rely upon his skill as a physician. ORGANAL WEAKNESS Immediately cured and full vizor restored. This distressing affliction which re rulers life a bur den ana marriage impossible is tne penalty aid by the victim of Improper Indulgence, 'ouns persons are too ant to commit excesses from not being awareof, thedreadfulconsequcni ces that may ensue. Now who that understands this subject will deny that pro-creation Is not lost sooner by those falling into Improper habits than by the prudent! Besides being deprived of tbe pleasure of healthy offspring, the most serious aesirucuve symptoms 01 mum ana Doqy arise. The system becomes deranred.the ubv. slcal and mental functions' weakened. Loss of pro-creative power, irritability, riyspepslai pal plutlon'ofthe heartf Indigestion, const! tntional debility, wasting ol the frame, cough, consump tion and deaths f i -' , ,t It - L J I ' 1 A CURE WARRANTED. Persons ruined In health by pretenders, who keep tnem inning monxu alter monta, taklni poisonous, and " injurious compounds, shouk apply, immediately. DR. FISHBLATT, Graduate of one of the most eminent colleges In the United States, has effected some or the most astonishing cores that were ever knows, many troubled with ringing in tbe bead and ears when asleep,'greatservonsness,1elng alarmed at cer tain sounds, with, frequent blushing, attended sometimes vith derangement of the mind, were cured immediately. Take Particular Notice.. Dr. F- addresses all thosn who have inlured themselver by Improperlndulgences and solitary habits, which ruin both mind and body, unfitting to em lor nssiness, stuay, society or .marriage. These are some of the tad and melancholy, ef fects produced by the early habits of youth, viz : weakness nf th tini-t unit llmh. Tikln lin the head. dimness'Of sight, loss of muscular power, paiuiwunnoi.tne Heart, ayspepsia, nervous irri tability .derangement of the digestive functions, debilltv.. cbnsumntlon. c. . P. 8. Those who reside At ml Is tRnr.e. andean o. can, win receive prompt attention turous;ii man, oy simpiydeending their symptoms with .postage. Adress LOCK BOX, 7, Chilllcothe. 0. m. ' VTttBATWp PHYSIOiAh, TTT0ULD respectfully announce to V.V Ttha'cltlzeh8 of Galllnolls and vicinity, taaf he, (has pcrraanEntiy lo cated fnthis.place, Adlvlllde,?Ote his wnoie time to tne treatment, 01 ACUT& AND-" CHRONIC DISEASES, maVIntra soeclaltr of the latter. AH calls nraiUDtlV 'atterided,'selthe'r day or jtlgTtt.5. ' ' " ..VMM f il. vjffice At. J. u. Vjranam s,-corner i ' foUtate and -Fourth SU, i May IB, 1879 U' Rhymes to the Æolian Stars BY UNO. While I was' in town collecting my rents I attended the plav or -"Dollars anil Cents." Which was being produced at Aleshire Hall, The place where I've attended many a hall. The first man I met .was "flentry' the romp. Who smiled so serenely when I asked for a comp Says he, young man, to get through this wicket, Come down with your cash and I'll give you ticket. Not wishing to miss srich an excellent treat, I planked down my wealth and got a good seat, And being supplied with Monday's programme j immediately. commencea it cioseiy to scan. I-was greatly surprised, to tell yon the truth, To see that most of' the actors were friends my youth. From the staid 'Keddy S.' who we always did liko. To fanny 'Will Kerr who personates 'Mike.' When aroused from my thoughts It was plain to be seen, , Came the Gem of the evening, the song 'Let me dream, Beautifully rendered by the charming 'Miss Walker Assisted by -Xed's wife,' a most brilliant talker. Next came 'Spatkllng Pew' by Misses 'Julia and Mary.' Whose fingers we venture were as light as fairy. And at It conclusion all will surely admit The applause was terrific from tbe dome to the pit. Then next was the play when Mitchell as 'Pym. pies' Was the first to appear and his face was all dimples, He was immediately joined by B. S. Waddell Whoe make np was good and he played bis part well.. Now came Old NIckelbnry by E..S. Aleshire, Seeing him" perform 6ne could ne'er tire, The next person appearing was W.B.Trnmp Who came -on the stage with a skip and a Jump. Our heart gave a Jump and it cansed us to pant To see, the lovely 'Mrs, Trump as Evelyn's Aunt, And Evelyn herself,. let them beat her who can, Was the star of the flay, the bewitching 'Miss Fan.' And then Dr.Nlckelbury by Tbeo.X. Wilson, Who acts like Ed. Booth and sings like Chris Nlllson, During his performance all was still as a mouse, And at the. close of the piece he brought down the house. And there's little 'Betsy' by Miss Lena Wood, Her style It was graceful, her acting was good. Her sweet pouting lips and her dazzling blac k eyes Just raised this poor mortal from the earth to the skies. We thought we were done but now take it back, We neglected to mention Miss Carrie Mack, Though the last not tbe least. Now don't take It to heart For yon handsomely played a most difficnlt part. And then 'Katie Kerr' who appeared on the board. In place of the indisposed Miss Fannie Ford. And although not a milk-maid now don't raise a row- Ton made a. success in 'milking tbe cow.'' We are not quite done yet, for there's Louie Baer Whose baritone voice almost raises your hair. Also Sammy D who at tbe foot of tbe stair Took np the tickets from the brayeandthe. fair. We nearly forgot those two talented Gushers George H. and. Bill U. who acted as ushers.! Well here's to the club who'we know have the power To make a success of "Time and the Hour." How She Was Saved. At Baden Baden, savs an exchange, a Hungarian Count, Christian W , and his daughter Helen came to pass the season. The young Countess, charmingtand beautiful, and heiress to a large fortune bequeathed her by her mother, was soon surrounded by a host of admirers. She speedily be came captivated by one of the mo3t worthless of her suitors, Carl M because he had a handsome face, and long, black, wavy hair,was gifted with a fascinating manner, dressed with exquisite taste, danced marvelously, and possessed rare powers as a sing er. Carl was a noted gambler and given to dissipation, and Count Chris tian became possessed of informa tion that the young chevalier had quitted Naples in consequence of some scandalous adventure in which he had been implicated. Helen was so completely infatuated with.Carl that.she gave ho heed to the advice, the prayers, or even the orders of her father. She would not believe the reports of tho disgrace ful antecedents of her wlloy lover. The condition of affairs brought the Count, possessed of a remarkable de gree of firmness, to the determina tion of originating some plan where by he could effectually overcome the persistent efforts of Carl to secure his daughter, as well as convince Helen .that to save her from such an unprincipled man was a deed of pa ternal tenderness and care. The chevalier had continued adroit; Iy in his work of ensnaring the young heiress, and Dually in direct terms asked her' to elope with him. He wrote a note proposing a clandes tine meeting at an hour when her. fa ther was. in the habit, of going out to play whist with some gentlemen of his acquaintance, and in it made the suggestion that, if she' favor the pro position, she wear in her belt a rose as a sign of consent. Count Chris tian, having intercepted the lottar, took occasion soon after' to approach Helen, and then asking her to go out .with, him, at the same time banding her a flower, remarking: "Put this in your belt as an ornament" She smilingly obeyed. In course of their walk thev met Carl, who bowed, and overjoyed, to notice that Helen had 1 . 1 L carried oumis reuueau The Count Conducted his daughter to the residence of one of his ac quaintances, and requested her to wait .until he called for, her., ihis done,, he returned to the .bouse he oc cupied on the outskirts of Baden. He had sent-awav his servants ana was alone. At the appointed, hour Carl arnveu suu luuueu uvur luu uuiucu wall Finding the door securely. closed, he entered the bouse through omropthC'windows?-Withplea8uri able excitement he hastened toward Helen's appartrneaftifculgreat was his astonishment tn fiml her fnr.hpr armed!' with a brace of ' pistols. The! i,ouuu uiuaeu ,me aopr, ana B&ia.w. me miseraoio.cnevaiter,: "Cart M-rr"E could kill yon: have the right to do 'bo, Ton- have I ; a of a entered my house at'night; yon have broken into it I could treat yon as a felon nothing could be 'more na tnral." But, sir," said Carl, trembling, and in almost an inaudible tone, "I am not a robber.'' 'Not a robber!" exclaimed Count Christian. "What are voii. then? You,-have-come-to8teal'my-daughter,- to steal an heiress and a fortune, have vonr criminal letter. I shall show vou no mercy.. If 3'ou refuse to obey mo I will slay vou!" What Is,ydur wilLisif?" "You must leave "Baden this in stant You must put at least two hundred leagues between it and you, and never come into the presence of my daughter, bar your traveling expenses I will give you 20,000 francs." Carl endeavored to speak. "Silence'" said tho Count in a voice of thunder "You must obey. In that secretary is the money. Take,' it." The chevalier ventured the re mark:' 'Permit me to decline your offer." The false modesty of tho youn man was overcome by the Imperious gesture of the old man. "But," said Carl, "the secretary is locked." "Break tho lock, then," returned the Count, and with his pistol in his hand he repeated, "Break it, or I'll blow 'our brains out" Carl obeyed. "It is well," said the old gentle man, ".those banK-notes are yours. Have you a pocket-book, with any thing Identifying it as belonging to your "Yes." "Then let it fall in front of the secretary which you have broken open." "What, sir?" I must have proof which will con vict you. I mean to have all the ev idence of burglary, liobber or dcatu ! Choose! Ah, I see your choice is made. Now go before me. I do not quit you until you are a league from Baden. I return late, and entor no complaint against you till to-morrow noon. Begone!" Chevalier Carl could not resist the compulsory order, and Count Chris tian 8 plan was carried out to the very letter., The affair created great noise and excitement Helen could no longer doubt as to Carl's charac ter, and it was not, long before his image was banished from her heart and that was in due time surrendered to one of bcr cousins, a captain of an Austrian cavalry regiment. From Missouri. Correspondence Gallipolis Journal. PLYMOUTH, CARROLL Co., Mo., February 8th, 1880. Thinking a line from old Missouri might be of interest to at least a femr of the many readers of the time tried and honored Gallipolis Jour nal, 1 will try my hand for the first time. We left Gallia Co. in Nov., 18G2. and have not seen the quaint old hills since that time, but have seen much of the west From the first of March, 1863, until the Fall of 1870, we spent in North-west Minnesota and Wisconsin. We then came to this part of Missonri. We remained here until Uct, 1870, when we went in searph of cheaper land; not better land, nor a hetter people, for ours is strictly primo, first class. We took the, malad- known as Kan sas fever, and went to Kansas, staid two years, the fever having subsided. And, Mr. Editor, thinking the Grand Old Republican Party might need my aid in the next Presidential contest, we returned to old Missouri in due time to gain our residence, and if we cannot carry tbe State, as you can and will In Ohio, we can turn out to the polls' and reduce their majority by many thousands. Having noticed a communication from Kansas in the Journal, we wish to reply. The correspondent :states that a friend of his had gath ered from 45 acres of land, two thousand bushels of corn. Wc do not doubt the veracity of the gentle man, but it beats any corn we ever saw in Kansas. We will in turn make a statement which we stand ready to prove by witnesses, well known in Gallia. We planted (that is, Edwin A. Ljasley, late of Gallia count, and myself ) a field contain ing 30 acres in corn; we have gath ered 2,8oO bushels, which is an average of ninety-five bushels per. acre. And now we wish to say to our old schopl-mates and play-fellows in Ohio, If they are thinking of coming west,) call and see us in Carroll county, Mo., and then if you are not' satisfied, do as we did, go on to Kansas; and be convinced we are acquainted with Kansas and Misr souri alike. Our soil is deeper and better, and land is oheaper here than in Kansas, all things consid ered. We have many representa tives here from old Gallia, and there is plenty ,room for' more. We say like one of old, come and see. J. W. LASLEY. J. W. LASLEY. Lincoln and Lord Hartington. I Indianapolis News. Thes- Hon. Schuyler Gblfaxiin his' lecture the other night, told. a. new story and a good one. The Marquis of Harting ton, present leader of the English Lib eral, party, wa8traveling;in this coun try during the war, and while here made a semi-ojucial call on President Lincoln. He waa introduced to honest Old Abe In the White House with some ceremony, but Mr. Lincoln grasped, the' hand of the Maiquis with, his broad hand, closed a grip on it ttiatprpugut tue tears to the jsng lishman's eyes, and said in a cheery voice: "Glad to see you. Marouis of Partington. Shall never forget yon, because your name rhymes with, one of our great.. characterar-Mr3;.Par-tinston! How, 'arc ?otf,Marauis?'' and he gave Hartlb'etoft another squeeze; after which my lord left the executive .chamber nursing his hand and his temper, declaring to :a friend that "your American President is boor!" xne secret oi tne rresirtcnt's ac tion was that the Marquis had ap peared'at'a ball In New York a few nigpts before his visit to Washing ton' and ostentatiously wore" the rebel colors in his button-hole. The inci dent was published, and the Presi dent, knowing the Marquis was to call at the White House, concluded to give the hauty bnt ill-bred English man a puncture that he would get through even bis Bull-bide. And he did. : The Change in the Frog. Nowhere in the animal kingdom is there so favorable an opportunity for peeping into nature's work-shop as in the metamorphoses of the frog. This animal is a worm when it comes from the egg, and remains such the fin-t four davs of its life. having neither eye3 nor oars, nostrils nor respiratory organs. It crawls. It breathes through its skin. After a while a neck is grooved into the flesh. Its soft lips are hardened into a horny bead. The different organs, one after another, bud out; then a pair of branching gills, and last a long and limber tail. The' worm has become a fish. Three or four days more elapse, and the gills sink back into the bodv. while In their place others come, much more complex, arranged in vascular tufts, one hundred and twelve In each. But they, too, have their day, and are absorbed, together with their frame-work of bone and cartilage. to be succeeded by an entirely differ ent breathing apparatus, the initial of a second correlated srroun of radical change. Lungs are devel oped; the mouth widened; the horny beak converted into rows of teeth, the stomach, the abdomen, the intes tines, prepared for the reception of animal food in place of vegetable; four limbs, fully equipped with hip and shoulder-bones, with nerves and blood vessels, push out through the skin, while the tail, being now sup planted by them as a means of loco motion, is carried away piece-meal by the absorbents, and the animal passes the balance of its days as an air-breathing and flesh-feeding ba-trachian. Wonderful Rush for Pensions. Boston Post. It Is stated that new applications for pensions are pouring into the Interior Depart ment at the rate of 7,000 per month. Where they come from is a mystery. Some250,O0O pensi6ncr3arenowbn the rolls, and over 200,000 claims are pending, and these numbers in dicate that nearly ono-half the men enlisted in the Union army were either killed, wounded, or disabled by disease while in the service. It is certainly an extraordinary fact that after a lapse of fifteen years, some 233 persons should daily dis cover that they are entitled to relief from the Governmont The First Watch. At first the watch was about the size of a dessert plate. It had weights, and was used as "a pocket clock." The earliest known use of the modern nameoocurs in the record of 1552, which mentions that Edward VI. had "one larum or watch of iron, the case being likewise of iron gilt, with two plummets of lead." I he first watch may readily be sup posed to have been of rude execu tion. Tho first great improvement the substitution of springs for weights was 1060.. The earliest springs were not coiled, out only straight pieces of stceb Early watches had only one hand, and being wound up twice a day they could not be expected to keep the time, nearer than Alteon or twenty minutes in twelve hours. Tiie dials were of silver or brass, tbe cases had no crystals, but opened at the back and front, and wero four or five inches in diameter. A plain watch cost more than $1,500, and after one was ordered it took a year to make it Tit for Tat. Mr. C was pastor of a Baptist oUurcti In a. cer tain town in ono of the Western States. He had been on very bad terms with bis flock for some time. They abused him whenever they could find occasion, and he recipro cated with equal readiness. Before his contract with the parish expired, he received the appointment of chaplain at the State-prison. Elated at this lucky opportunity ot getting rid of him, the congregation came in full numbers to hear his farewell sermon,, perhaps less to compliment than, to annoy him with their pres ence, ureat was tueir astonisumcni, and still greater their anger, when the reverend gentleman chose for his text the following words, "I. go to prepare a place for you. ..that where I am, there ye may, be also." Editor's" Drawer, in Harper's Magazine for March. The New York News got the fol lowing from a small boy: The cat which we had lore we got iuose was yeller, and didn't have ' no cars, and not enny tail, too, cos tney were cut off to make it izo wav from where it lived, for id was so ugly, so it come ( to our unuse., une uay try motuer she sSd Wudent my father drown it, co? ihe 'new where, she cude git a nicer lukin one. S6 my father put it in a bag, and a brick in the bag too, and threw U in the pond, and went to his office, my father did. But the cat busted the bag siring, and wen my fattier he comehome.it waa lying under the sola, DUt cum out to look at , him. So they looked at one ' another for a long wile, and ,blme tvmv father1 sed to my mother: 7 n en, you aro a uiity. ,ywt,ujuw y lu a 4UUUUIU vw. . iit& uglier than th if other Ui With the LARGEST STUCK, of Dry Goods and Carpets ever brought to this market. All figures at OWE CHEAP PRICE to all buyers, will be rigidly adhered to Feb. 19, 1880. ON THE PUBLIC In nrdfir to rfirlunn Sfonk hofnrfi mnvinn- wp. have mnrlo "RTfi T?T?,nnflTTnV.'3 rn all Heavy Goods. LOOK AT THE Our $3.00 Boots reduced $2.00 Boots reduced to S1.50. AH other Winter Jan. 15, 1880. 110 ID WILL OCCUPY ON PUBLIC SQUARE, articles marked in plain WILL REMOVE SQUARE ABOUT EEDUCTION OF to 2.50. Our 2.50 Boots reduced to 2.00. Our Goods reduced proportionately as low. warn. MARCH 1st, 1880. HEAVY BOOTS: OLDEST DRU6 STAND, Dr. JOHN SANNS DEALKR Drugs, Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, Dye Stuffs,! "Widow Glass, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, etc., etc. 4 " I have on hand, and am. constantly being supplied with a laroe assortment of Patent Medicines, WHICH I AM SF.LLIKO TO GRANGERS and all OTHERS at greatly REDUCED PRICES, FOR CASH. Cash, must attend all Or ders, otherwise the usual charges will be made. ARB0LI0 BLACK INK, neyer 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 buiiuiug,4tn aireec, in ine city of Gallipolis,, the first Saturday In each month, except August, and also the third Saturday of the months of llareh, April, May, June, September, October and November, at t) o'clock A. M., for the examination of appli cants for Teachers' Certificates. JAS. L. LASLEY, a. a. moulton; yfl H. MITCHELL, Cl'k. . . Examiner. Theargest Btock'of Cfls for men, boys and' children;, anil greatest "ia rlety at Rldeneur'st RELIABLE INBEMRITY. 1862 GEO. HOUSE, 1879 SUCESSOR to the Old Established Aguncy of it. L. Stewart, Fire, In land, Marine, Life and Accident In surance. Assets. Etna, Hartford, Conn... $6,863,522 19 Continental, New York.. 3,327,772 00 Insurance Co..- North America. Phlladelnhla. organized 17W 6,652,009 00 Underwriters .A eency, New York 3,302,026 00 Uueen or Liverpool, Assets InU.S v.fc....... 1,034,791 00 Amazon, Cincinnati (303,317 00 German American, New York 2,471,781 00 British American, Toron- to.Canada, U. S. Branch, 671,445 00 Travelers Life and Accl- ' dent, Hartford, Conn.. 4,595,415 00 Niagara, New York ...... 1,329,650 10 Flrcmana Fund, SanFran- cisco,. 761,221 00 Pennsylvania, Philadel phia 1,835,238 00 May 8, 1879 GROCERIES, &C. CHARLES SSMON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Groceries. CoHffectionaries, Provisiea, c, COURT ST., BET. SECOND & THIRD, GALLTPOLIS; OHIO, Resnectfullvasksthe citizens of Galllpo. lis to call at his establishment and exam ine his stock of GROCERIES, Consisting of all articles tobe found itva FAMILY GROCERY STOEE. ' My stock of CONFECTIONERIES are large and complete ; such as Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, &c. SI By strict attention to business, selling at small profits,! hope to merit a share of public patronage. OYSTERS ' by the can and half 'can of the best - COUNTRY, PRODUCE ,ol all kinds wanted, for which tbe-highest market price wiu no paia. V , . .. O. SEMON. S. M. Brandy (berry 9 THE COURT STREET AND DEALER IN Furnishing Goods and Hats. April 3, 1879. UTotice. T EN A POPE. Lewis Pope, her linsband. Kit I ,i Woda, William Wixla.ner tuubimi, ot ta county of Stearns. In tho State ot Minnesota, and ttaeliel Kneleliardt, ot the conntv or Gallia. In the State of Ohio, will take notice that a potl Hon was died against them-ontho 17th daror January, k. D. 18M. in th Court of Common Pleas, within and for the county of Gallia, by Anzust Englehardt, guardian of John Minor. Heiry Mlllir, Frederick Miller. George Ml ler. Sophia Miller. Angnst Mlllerand Millie MUler. minor children andbelrs of George Miller.de eeased. "and Is now pending, wherein the saw August Koglehanit.assuch guardian, demanda partition of the roIlowinjrTcal estate situate In the county or Gallia, and state or Ohlo.to-witf The soutn-east quarter or the south-west quar ter or SeetlonNo.nine (Oj.Town fourC4).Kanpe sixteen (if), containing forty acres. Also the sooth-weat quarter of the south-east quarter of said Section No. nine (9),Townrour (4). Range sixteen (If, containing rorty acres. Also the north-west qnarteror the north-cast quarter or Section No: sixteen (16), Town ronr (fl. llanga 10, containing lurty wiwi " ' Kachel Knglchardt may be assigned therein, and that at the next terra of said court the said August r-asicusnib, u uc. k will apply for an order that partition be made or said premises, and said dower assigned therein. AUGUST ENGLEHARDT, Guardian. White & Holcomb, Atfys. Jan. 22, 1880 6w JJIRESH OYSTERS just recolved, at S. GOETZ', Sr., CORNER, OI" .GRAPE AND THIRD STREETS. ' The very beet quality of FRESH OYS TERS are received by Mr. Goktz every mornlig. This Is the place. S. GOETZ. January!10,lS7S J. B. SaWObd. T. S. Browjt. Tlrs. SAFFORD & 0FH0ES, SECOND. ST. Aug. W, 1879.