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ourn se r lx-t lx a n d T xx s"t i c e . 99 S$X C50 in Advance OHIO, TmJKSA,X, MAECH 4, 18SO. al. BANKING. OHIO "VAUXJETST BANK, GAEXIPOIilS, OHIO. Cash Capital, 8100,000 Individual Idabilitr, 8800,000, .A. TTcHirrwo. President. J. T.HaixidaV, Vice President. W. T. minturn, .Cashier. . DIRECTORS: A. Hknkinci, Shower, . J; T: HliuDir, ' C. D. Bailxy, C. W. Hknjcino. HTBuys Gold, Silver,, Cohpons and Government Bonds "at, highest priced Makes collections "on all points and Issues Drafts on principal -.Cities ln the United States and Europe;. Solicits deposits of private" as well as corporate funds. Banking hours from 9 A. M. to 3 P.M. Feb. 13, 1879. BANK, GALLIPOLIS. EDWARD DELETOMBE, President. JOSEPH HUNT, Vice-President. JNO. A. HAMILTON, Cashier. Capitai Stock, - - $100,00(h DIRECTORS: Edward Deletombc, Jno. A. Hamilton, Reuben Aleshire, 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 1. M. JNO. A. HAMILTON. Cashier. L. K. BE1TAN S. U. 1UU.LER, Pres't. Vice Pres't. ii. e. bkman. Cashier. CENTREVILLE National Bank OP THURMAN, OHIO. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 100,000. BANK OP 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 DIRECTORS: L. M. Beman,' 8. O. Keller, Permella Wood, J. C. Qrost, X. P. Porter. MILLING- Lan & BeU, Dealers in WHEAT, FLOTJK, Mill Feed, Corn, &c, "Buckeye Mills," State Street, near Fourth, GALLIPOLIS, 0. Cash paid for Wheat! July 3, 1879. MILLING. 1 4 R. ALESHIRB & CO SC1LSBS IX Flour, Wheat, Mill-Feed, &c. CASH EOR WHEAT, EUREKA HILLS, GALLIPOLIS. OHIO. W. M. Rid2a.our Dealer in BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c, Court St., Gallipolis, 0. The best Stock, and the lowest prices, of any house in town. All new. Call and see. April 17, 1879. &0EEOX IffASII, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office at residence, Front St,, above Dutour lioase, Gallipolis, Ohio. WHOLESALE GROCERS. . f 1 & ALLEI01, 6AE & GO Sncceesors to HSN&ISG. ALIEMONG & CO., Wholesale Grocers AND DEALERS IN JProduce and Provisions, GALLIPOLIS, .... OHIO - Jan. 2, 1879. 'Those Ear Muffs at Ridenonr's 11 good thing such mornings as the present, try a pair. n M ON ACCOUNT ,0F HIS IMMENSE PRACTICE -IN- J Gallipblis, O., --iWILLBIAKE- HIS'NEXOJ VISIT -0N4 MAT AND TUESDAY, MAICH-"22::MI) 23, 1880, -AND. WIEI Remain 2 Days. -AT THE- DUFOUR HOUSE, Where be can bo consulted on tho CATARRH of the HEAD, -AND- NASAL ORGANS, Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder, FEMALE DISEASES, As.wellvas.all. Glironic Diseases! DR. HSHBLATT Itu ulscorered tho greatest cure In the world for weakness of tbe back and limbs, involuntary discharges, impotency, general debility, ner vousness, languor, coniiuion 01 ideas, palpita tion or the heart, tlmiditr. trcralillnff. dimnes of sight or frldiness. 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 oi tne ojrcns to tue uinrinuroui uivs.es, blighting tbelrmost radiant hopes or antici cipa- Hons, rendering marriage Impossible YOUNG MEN Who bare become victims of solitary vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands or young men of exalts)! talent and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise have entranced listening senates with the thunders of their eloquence, or watea to ecsiacy tne living lyre, may cau wuu full confldence. 1 MARRIAGE. Uarried nersons or vounr msn contemplating marriage, aware of.pbysieal weakness, loss of pro-creative powers, lmpoteney, or any lother disqualifications, speedily relieved. lie- who places mmseii unaer tne care 01 ir. risuouut may religiously confide in his honor as a gentle, man, and confidently rely upon his skill as a physician. ORGANAL WEAKNESS " Immedlatelvcured and fall vliror restored. iThls distressing affliction which renders life a bur den ana marriage impossiDie is tne penally ?aid by the victim of improper indulgence oung personj..are too apt to commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful consequen ces that may ensue. Now who that understands thls'subject will deny that'procreatlon'U'not lost sooner by those falling Into improper habits than by the prudentt Besides being deprived of the pleasure of healthy offspring, the most serious destructive symptoms of mind and body arise. The system becomes deraneed. t he nhv- sical and mental functions weakened. I-oss of pro-creative power, irritability, dyspepsia, pal pltatloa. of, the heart. ImUgostion, constitutional debility, wasting or the frame, cough, consump tion and death, 1 GimElRRAjTED. Persons rulned-in- health by pretenders, who ces: them trifling month'arter month, taking poitemous and - Injhrions' compounds, should apply immediately.' DRr-HSHlLA3)T, Graduate of one or the most eminent colleges in the;Unlced States', has effected somer the most astonishing caret tbatwere. ever knoirn , many troobledJvlth rjnging in the bead andean when asleep, greatnervonsness. belng alarmed at cer tain" pounds, with jrrtMiientlushlflg, attended sometimes with derangement of the mind, were cured immediately.-. r" 'Ji:i2zissLj Takeartioular EfoHceT i ' 1 Dr. T. a'difressesf all 'thosn who nave Iniurcd themselver by improper indulgences and solitary naoiu. wmcn ruin DOtnmina anaowiy.uuiiMiuK them for business, study, society or marriage. Aiie.su are some 01. tne son, ana meiancnoty di rects nrodnetd bv the earlv habits of routh. viz: weakness or the back' and limbs, pain iin the bead, dimness or sight, loss of muscular power, palpltaUen of the heart, dyspepsia, ntrrvous Irri tability, derangement of the digestive functions, debility, consumption, Ac 1 . c.inoie wno reside at a distance, ana can not call, will; receiva prompt attention through mall, by simplydsendlng their symptoms with LOCK BOX, 7, Uhlllicothe. 0. Jan. 23, 1879. Dr. T. Q. HALL, VITAPATHIC PHYSICIAIf, TXT0IILD-re8pa&tfullyannoune-.to V V the .cltizcna of GalllDolU and vlclnltv.'fthatha as pcrraraently lo- cateu in this mace, ana mil aeyote nts whole tlme'to the treatment of ACUTE AND CHRONIC DISEASES, malring a specialty of the latter. All call promptly attended, either day-or night. OmcE-i At' J. C.1 Graham's, corner ot State and Fpurth,SUr t Twin Voices and Shadows. The following remarkable lines ap peared in the Atlantic, They were cora poRCd by Richard Realf and soon after they were written the author committed filicide In St. J.onls: fair are the children, but subtle suggestion Is fairer: Rare is the rose-burst of dawn., but the secret that das in it is rarer; Sweet the exultance of song; Imt'the strain that nreceods ft is sweeter: And never was poem yet writ.'but tbe meaning out-mastered tne metre. Never a daisy that grows, but a mystery gnii- et() the growing: Xever a river that flows, but a majesty .scepters tbeflowlncr: Xever a Shakes (icare that soared, bat a stronger Nor ever 3 prophet foretells, but a mightier seer .nam loretoia nim. Back of the canvass that throbs, the painter is hinted and hidden : Into the statute that breathe?, the soul" of the sculotor Js bidden: Under the joy that Is felt, lie the infinite issues Crowning. the glory revealed, is the glory that 01 ieeiing: crunos ym jreyeaiing, pt g y What are thp symbols 01 being, but that which IssTmboledis'rreaterf .' Vast the create and beheld, but vaster the in ward creator. Hack of the sound broods the silence, back of .the gift stands the giving; Rici of the hand that receives,' thrill tbe sensi tive nerves of receiving. Space is nothing to sprit, the deed is outdone by the doing; Tho heart of the woorer ts warm, but warmer tne neart 01 tne wooing; And upfront the pits 'where these' shiver, and Twin voices and shadows swim starward, and iin 1 mm tne neicriit wneremose bnine. tne essence or lire is amne. Columbus Letter. [Special Corr. of the Journal.] [Special Corr. of the Journal.] Revival of Business--Hocking Valley Coal and interests Valley Coal and interests Iooking up--Legislative Matters. COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 24, 1880. The week begun with fair activity in nil the leading branches of trade, and with decided symptoms of another "boom" in tho money market nnder the inspiration of abundant money at cheap rates. Among the dry goods merchants the feeling is of great expectations touching the Spring business. Their advices from their customers are such as to justify the belief that the farmers are now in a better position to buy goods than has been tbe case for many-years, and the country jobbers, accordingly, will, no doubt, be tree purchasers. Tho bad condition of the roads just now, is a hindrance to trade, but a week of continuous dry weather will remedy that The iron interests in the Hocking Vnllej' region anticipate no cessa tion of activity until well into the summer.whilo the coal trade is hope ful, although some trouble is antici pated with tbe miners on account of a difference of opinion existing between ' the operator and the miner regarding the size ot tho screen used in separating the nut from the lump coal. The miners want the screen as small as possible as they receive no pay for the conl that falls through the. screen, and known in the market as "nut coal." The miners inform mo that one-seventh of all the coal they dig is "nut;" and for this they receive no pay whatever, out this coal is sold in the market at only about 50 cents, per ton less than lump, and there is always a demand tor nnt coal m the manniacturing line. Last week I spent a few days in the. Hocking Valley region, and the revival ot the iron interests can be seen on all sides. Along the line of the Ohio and West Virginia road the 12th railroad coming into the capital city no less than 7 or 8 blast furnaces that have been lying idle since the great panic, are fixing up to get ready to begin operations. A portion of this new road runs through the great iron region bf Ohio, and thousands of tons of ore are. piled up near the. road awaiting shipment. Speaking of tbe bad roads, in the country reminds mcof tho painful fact that our people are not compelled to go far to see bad roads, and one is often disposed to say that the streets of Columbus cannot be more filthy, but tbe idea is fallacious. An indig nant gentleman once said to Garry Hougb, an old theatrical scamp, "Garry, you are the greatest, liar in world." The party thus charged, smiled contemptuously and said, "you don't knbw my brother Wil liam." I think tho streets have got as far as "brother William."- It, is hard on the dirtiest of clouds to look down on such a slough of despond. The business firms in the south end have raised a subscription for the purpose of Having, tbe mud scraped tram in lront of their places ot business. North of the State House the street is bad and the crossings suggest the eloquence of a former inspired patriot, "sink or swim, sur vive or perish. THE LEGISLATURE. The long looked, for Reorganiza tion bill has at last been born, but it is bard to determine who the daddy" is. The bill as decided on as the one, to fill all, the requirements', is made, up from a dozen or so, of bills for reorganization, and was tbe work of the committe of 9 who had all tbe bills under consideration The combination reorganization bill adds, two. members to, each. Board of Trustees, legislating no, one. out of office, but at the same time 'puts all the- State Institutions in the reach of the RennbllcariS; It 'also does away with the Governor being member ot each Board, me. com mittee thought' that such a bill would doubtless meet the approval of all the Republican members, but it scem3 , that Mr. Thorp,' ,and a,, fejy other Republican members, are not in favor oftbebihVand there is a possibility of the bill' beiW defeated Of course 'all rthe' Democrats will howl, and If they can seduce-few r t,: -- 'j-t ui vueu uiumers 01 oouosne nunwu aUuewsJto.sLdajiith.tham,6a-.Eauch- Duiaior' some reasonit-otKer-tias been 8idinejth-theTOrabjrat3rcoh iiderabhr of1 late. Oaa aay last week Mr. Covert's bill for adjourn ment sme die on March 31st came up and the adoption of the resolu tion was nrged by Thorpe and Covert, aided by the Democrats. There seems to be .a feeling that all the business to be transacted "before final adjournment cannot be crowded through in so short a time. Cincinnati is still receiving a great aeal or attention from the Legisla ture and the latest bill is for the abolishment of the office of city Auditor. This will leave poor Si Hoffman out in the cold. The petitions praying for Local Option continue to pour in every day, notwithstanding the fact that the price of paper has risen of late, but Mr. Lieday's petition from Medina county, which was .43 feet In length, and contains 172 solid feet of names, is the banner petition up to date. ihcnlame meeting advertised so extensively, came off last Thursday evening. A good crowd was in at tendance and Gen. John Realty, J. C. Covert, J. F. Mack. L. A. Palmer and others made speeches. The meeting of last week In favor of Blaine and the Sherman meeting the preceeding week has developed the fact that there are some corres pondents located at Columbus that will lie hugely regarding the size of the audience at the two meetings, but perhaps they are simplj- obeying orders from headquarters. Columbus had a sensation last Thursday morning in the wav of a murder, the particulars of wbich your readers have learned from the reports in the dailies. William Thcison the murderer of his di vorced wife, was, until recently, a soldier in the Regular Army. While at his post of duty in the West his wife procured a divorce from him. He -was"discharged-ande arrivedin the cjty just, 3 da3-s .after his .wife had secured' the divorce. This made himangry. He broke up the saloon flxtnre8 etc, ,and, on Thursday morning ;encledi tho matter ,by mur dering his wife. Some interesting developeraents are expected to be GALLIA. A Brakeman's Opinion of A Brakeman's Opinion of Churches. From Burdette Letter in Burlington Hawkeye. On tho road once more, with Leba non fading away' in the distance, the (at passenger drumming idly qn,tbc window pane, the cross passenger sound asleep and the tall thin pas senger reading "General Grant's Tour Around the World," and wondering why "Grfien's AugustTlowcr ' shonldV be printed above the doors of "A BuddhistJTemple-at .Benares.". To me comes thc.brakeman, and seating himself' on 'the arm of the seat says: "I went to church yesterday." "Yes," I said, with that Interested inflection that asks for more. "And what church did you attend?" "Which do you guess f" he asked. "Some union mission church?" I hazarded. "Aaw," he said. "I don't like to run on these branch roads very much. don t often go to church, and when I do, I want to run on tho. main line. where your run is regular and you go on schedule time and don't have to wait on connections. I don't like, to run on a branch. Good enough, hut I don't like It." . "Episcopal?" I gupssed. "Limited express." he said, "all palace cars and $2 extra for a seat; fast time, and only stop at the big stations. Nice line, but too exhaus tive for a brakeman. All train' men in uniform, conductor's punch and lantern silver-plated, and no train boys allowed. Then the passengers arc allowed to talk back at the cant duotor; and it makes them too free and easy. No, I couldn t stand the palace cars; KIch road, though. Don't often hear-of a receiver being appointed for that line. Some mighty nice people travel on it, too." "Universahstf " L suggested. "Broad-gauge," said the brakeman, "does too much complimentary busi ness. Everybodytravel8 on a; pass. Conductor doesn't get a faro once in fifty miles, Stops atall nag stations, and won't run into anything but a union depot No smoking-car on the train. Train orders are vague, though, anc, the trainmens donjt get along well with the passengers. No, I don t go to the Universalist, though I know some awfully good men who run on that road." "Presbyterian?" I asked. "Narrow-guage, eh?'' said the brake- man, -'pretty track, .straight as a rule; tunnel right through a mountain rath er than go around it; spirit-level grade; passengers have to show their tickets before they get on the train. Mighty strict road, nut the cars are a little narrow; have to sit, one in a seat and no room in the aisle to danc6. Then there's ho stop-over tickets allowed; got to go straight to the station you're ticketed for, or you can't get on at all. When tho cars full, no extra coaches; oars built at tho shops to hold. just so many and nobody else allowed on. But ypp .don't often hear of an acci dent on that road. It's ran right up to the rules;" "Maybe you joined the free-think1 ers," I said. "scrub road," said the brakeman, "dirt bed and no ballast; no time- card and no train-dispatcher. All trains fun wild and every engineer makes his own time, just as he pleases. Smoke if you want to ; kind of go-as-you-please road. Too many side-tracks ana every switch wide open all the time, with the switch man sound asleep and tha tafgetJamp dead out. Get oh as you please and get- off when you want to. Don't have to ohqwjybprcklts, and the conductor isn t expected to do any- thing-hut amuse the passengers. N6,! sir, I was offered a pa88,.bnt I donlt like the line. I don't like to travel on a road .that has no terminus. JDo' you know, jdr, J asked a. division su penntendent wfiere that road run to, and he said he hoped to die if he knew. I asked him if the general superintendent "could tell me, and he said he didn't believe they ha,d a gen eral superintendent, and if they had he didn't know any more about the road than the passengers. I asked liinvwho he reported to, and ho said nobody. Tasked a conductor who he got'his orders from, and he said he didn't take orders from any living man or dead ghost And when I asked the engineer who he got his orders from. he said he'd like to see anybody give liim orders, he'd run that train to suit himself or he'd run it into the ditch. Now you see, sir, I'm a rail road man, antl I don't care to run on a roaa mac nas no time, makes no 1.1 . '1 . . connections, runs nowhere and has no. superintendent. It may be all right, hut I've railroaded too long to understand it." 'Did you try the Meihodist?' saltL "Now you're shouting," he said with some enthusiasm. "Nice road, enr ast time and plenty of pas sengers. Engines carry a power of steam, and don't j-ou forget it; steam- guage suows a hundred and enough all. the time. Lively road; when the conductor shouts 'all aboard,' you can near, niin to tuc next station. JSvery tram-lamp shines like a headlight Stop over checks given on all through tickets; passenger can drop off the tram as often as he likes, do tho.s a tion .two or threedaj's and hop on tuu nex revival train that comes thundering along. Good, whole-souled, companionable conductors; ain't a roau in-the country where' thopas sengors feel more at home. No pas ses; every passenger pays full traffic rates for his ticket Wesleyan-house air-break on all trains, too; pretty safe road, but ! didn't ride over it yesterday." "Maybe yon went to tho Congre gational church," I said. "Popular road," said tho brake man, "an old road, too; one of the oldest in this country. Good road bed and comfortable cars. Well man aged road, too; directors don't inter fere with division superintendents and" train orders. Road's mighty popular, but It's pretty Independent, too. See, didn't one of the division superintendents down East discon tinue one of the oldest stations on this line two or three 3-ears ago? But it is a mighty pleasant road to travel on. Always has such a snlon- did class of passongors." "ferhans you tried the Uaptistr I guessed once more. Ah.-ha!'-' said the -brakeman. "she's a dalsj', isn't she? River road; beautiful curves, sweep around any thing to keep close to the river, but it s all steel rail and rock ballast, sin gle track all the vray and not a sin gle side-track from the round-house to the terminus. Takes a heap of water to run itthrough; double tanks at every statioD, and there isn't an engine in the shops that can pull a pound or run a mile in less than two gauges.L Butrit runs through a loYe' ly country; these rivor. roads always do; river on one side and hills on the other, nn'd it's a steady climb up tho grade all the way till the run ends where the fountain-head of the river begins. Yes, sir, I'll take the river road every time for a lovely trip, sure connections and good time, and no prairie dust blowing in at the win dows. And yesterday when the con ductor came around for the tickets with a little basket punch. I didn't a'sk him to pass me, but I paid my fare like a little man twenty-five cents for an hour's run and a little concert by the passengers thrown in. I tell you, Pilgrim, you take the riv er road ;when you want" But just here the long whistle from the engine announced a station, and the brakeman hurried to the door, shouting: xionsyiIIe! lhisttrain. makes.no stops between here and Indianapolis!" Don't be afraid of a little fun at home, good people! Don't shut up your house lest the snn "Should fade your carpets, and your heart, lest a hearty laugh shake down some of the musty old cobwebs there. If you want to ruin your sons, let them. think that all mirth ami social en- oymcnt must be left at the thres hold without, when they come home at night When once a home is re garded as only a place to eat drink and sleep in, tho work Is begun that ends in gambling houses and reck less degradation. Young people must have fun and relaxation somewhere; if they do not find it at their own hearthstones, they will seek it at some othec and perhaps less profita ble place. Therefore let the lire burn brightly: at night,- and make the homestead delightful with alL those little arts that parent so well under stand. Don't represstha buoyant spTnisof your children. Half an hoar of ..merriment around the lamp and firelight of a home blots buthe remembrance of many a care and an noyance during the day; and the best safeguard they can take with them into the world, is the unseen in fluence of. a bright little domestic sanctum. Hawkeye. John Sherman's Record. From the Urbana Citlzencan'd Gazette (Rep.) John Sherman nominated would be the strongest candidate we could get np. Ab a nominee for,thffPresi- riflnov hia iorml nnnlri h. fhrtrnnfrh. ly dissected andV exposed, and. ?he better John Shermans record is knbwn the stronger hold will' the crreat-Seentiirv"rinv nnnn tho Deo D: t J , J C plei A record so free frora.atalns. so full pfbrilliant.ppiats, would be more than a good platform it -would be'-a winning platform In ltteif. if ON With the LARGEST STOCK 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. lOSIlIS WILL mm wmK ON THE PUBLIC In order to reduce Stock before movins: we liave made BIG REDUCTIONS on all Heavy Goods. LOOK AT THE Our S3.00 Boots reduced S3.00 Boots reduced to $2.50. Our S2.50 Boots reduced to S2.00. $2.00 Boots reduced to SL.50. All other Winter Jan. 15, 1880. mm WILL OCCUPY PUBLIC SQUAKE, articles marked in plain - REMOTE m mmmmm SQUAKE ABOUT REDUCTION OF Goods reduced proportionately as low. BMG11. MARCH 1st, 1880. HEAYY BOOTS: Our OLDEST DRUG STAND. Dr. JOHN SAMS SCALER Drugs, Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, Dye Stuffs,! "Widow Glass, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, etc., etc. I have on hand, and am constantly being supplied with A LAKOE ASSOUTHENr OF Patent Medicines, WHICn I, AM BKLUNG TO GRANGERS and alt. OTHERS at greatly REDUCED PRICES, FOR CASH. Cash must attend all Or ders, otherwise the usual charges will he made. CARBOLIC BLACK INK, never moulds and freezing willnot injure. Feb. 15.1877 ly. EDUCATIONAL. SCHOOL EXAMINERS' NOTICE. THE Board of School, Examiners of Gallia county, O., will meet at the ,TTt- ca.! tin lift I n cr Jffi utretet. In tlw 'umuuai-uw u .... nt j - city of GaUIpolIs, the flrstSaturday In eacn monin. August., uuu ii9u the third Saturday of the months of itarnh Atiril. Mav. June. Sentember.- Octotier and November, at 9 o'clock 'A. .M.; ior inc examination vi appli cants -for Teachers' Certlllcates. JAS. Li. LiASbUX, A. A.HOUI.TON, ' W. II. MITCHELL, Cl'k. Examiner. The largest stock oC Caps for men, boyr and. children, and greatest va riety at Bidonour's, RELIABLE INDEMNITY. 1862 GEO. HOUSE, 1879 SUCESSOR to the Old Established Agency of 11. L. Stewart, KIrc, In land, Marine, Life and Accident In surance. Assets. Gtna, Hartford, Conn. .. $6,803,522 10 Continental, New York.. 3,327,772 00 Insurance Co., N.nrth America, Philadelphia, organ ized 1701 . . 0,532,003 00 Urerwntera A gency, New York 3,3C2,62C 00 Queen of Liverpool, Assets InU.S 1,031,791 00 Amazon, Cincinnati 605,317 00 German American, New York 2,471,781 00 British American, Tpron- to.Canadu, II. S. Branch, 071,415 00 Travelers, Life and Acci dent, Hartford, Conu.. 4,593,415 00 Niagara, New York 1,329,050 10 Fircmans Fund, San Fran cisco 761,221 00 Pennsylvania, Philadel phia. 1,855,233 00 May 8, 1870 y GROCERIES, &C. CHARLES SEMON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Groceries, CoHfectlonarlea, Provisions, &c, COURT ST., BET. SECOND A THIRD, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Respectfully asks the citizens of Gallipo lis to call at his establishment and exam ine his stock of GROCERIES, Consisting of all articles to be found In a FAMILY GROCERY STORE. Mv stock of CONFECTIONERIES are large' and complete; such as Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruit3, &c... utt strint ntfontinn to business, selling at small profits, I hope to jnorlt a Jhare or public patronage., OYSTERS by tho can and .half can of -the beat - ... . i . l quality, ana wurrzmieu iu on lrosu. . u COIINTRY :PBODUCE:of all Mnds wanted forwhlcklthe .highest, market pncewuioopuo. dffaKnr. SADDLES AND SADDLERY. ! ESTABLISHED IN 1832. Manufacturer and Dealer tn SADDLES, BRIDLES, Harness, Collars, TRUNKS AND VALICES, LAP ROBES, DUSTERS, HARNESS OILS, Trace-Chains, Curry-Comhs IIorse-r?ishes, &c. COURT ST., - - GALLIPOLIS, 0. 63r-KcpairIng promptly attended to. Prices to suit the times. JgJ S. M. Brcmdylerry, THE COURT STREET AND DEALER IN Funushing Goods and Hats. April 3, 1879. TSRE9TI OYSTERS Just received, at S. GOETZ', Sr., CORNER OF GRAPE AND THIRD STREETS. The very best quality of FRESH OYS TERS are received by Mr. Goktz every mornlig. This Is the place. S. GOETZ. January 10,1878 J. S. Saffobd. T. S. Bbowk DJEJSTTISiSy OFFICES, SECOHi'ST.: An 14, 1879.