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I I I . -w- r I I T W d I T L I i i WM. NASH, Editor. "Truth, and Justice. " 1 SO in Advance Volume XXV. GAXXIFOXilS, OHIO, THH8SDAY, MARCH 18. 18SO. IVnmber 19 K till I UUlliS 1 BANKING. OHIO YALLKY BANK, GAIiLIPOLIS, OHIO. Ciih Capital, 8 1 00,000 IinJIVIDUALLIABILITY. A. HENKING, President. J. T. HALLTDAY, Vice-President. . W. HENKING, Cashier? - . DIRECTORS:, -, Z A. HrxKisa, ;Wm.Shobxb J. T; Halliday; -' ' C. D. Bamjct, ci O.W. Hknkisq. tyDeals In Government and Gallj- polls City? Bonds. Makes collections on nil nolftts'fliml Isanp? Drafts, OIL nrincl- pal Cities In the United States and Europe. Banking hours from 9, A. M. to -3 BANK, GALUPOLIS. EDWARD DELETOSIBE, President. JOSEPH HUNT, . Vice-President. JNO. A. HAMILTON, Cashien Capital Stock, - - $100,000. DIRECTORS: Edward Deletombc, Jno. A. Hamilton, Reuben Aleshlre, Jos. Hunt, -John Hutsinpiller, J. S. Blackaller. Buys Gold, Stiver, U. S. Bonds.Cou- pons, ana uovernmem securities 01 an Hi inds. Bank open from 9 A. M'. to 3 1. M. JNO. A. HAMILTON. Cashier. i?k: BKUAK . s. o. mixes, p . Pres't. VicePres't. u. S. .BEMAK. 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 Tort, Cin cinnati and other cities for sale. Banking hours from 9 to 12 and from lto4." DIRECTOBS: L. 2. Beman, 8. O. KtlUr4 Permella Wood, J. O. Qroit, JS. P. Porter. MILLING. Lawson ft Be! Dealers in WHEAT, PEOTJE, "Buckeye Mills,'; State Street, near 'Fourth, GALLIPOLIS, O. Cash paid for Wheat! July 3, 1879. MILLING. R. ALESHIRE & CO DliXIH Flour, Wheat; 5 Ifllll-Feed, &c. CASH FOB WHEAT, EUREKA KILLS, GALLIPOLIS. OHIO. W. M. Ridenour Dealer in BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c, .Court-St., r Gallipolis,.0. m The best Stock, and the lowest, prices, 'of any house i. v a Trt' m rown, aii new. Call andBee. &:S J , April 17,1879. . ATTORNEY AT LAW, " .Office at resldcuce, Front St.,: above ljurour uouse, Galupoub. Ohio, WHOLESALE GROCERS. ALLfflOHUaEULGi' Succeesors to unlike, kmUm & CO .Wholeiale qcerp AND DEALERS W", Product aA'd ,Proisldii8,", GfLLIPpLlS,, Jan. 2, 1879. - QHljOj Probate Notice: SETTLEMENT OP ACCOUNTS, fglHE following account1;, have been JL filed In the Probate Court of Gal 11a County, Ohio, for settlement; and the same will be ibr hearing on the 2d day of April A. X. 18SQ. Second account oFWra. II. Campbell administrator of Mary Prose, deceased First account of P.' A. and Eliza Sanns, executor and executrix of the estate or Julia li. aanns, deceased. t Second account of Samnel Robinson. guardian or James Reynolds, imbecile. Final account of vm. S. Jenkins, guardian of Mary Farley, minor. First'accotint. of Asher B. ITamllton, guardian s ofiBarneyMan neri n STnl nor: Final account or Asner a. Hamilton, guardian or-Joiintiiannenng, minor;: Flrst'.acco'unt'tf AshcjfB. Hamilton, guaruian,oi xienry. JJiauuernig, minor. Fourth account of Jacob RlseaJ euar- dianof. Cornelius Chambers, minor. lrt and final report and account of Robt. S. Waddell, assignee of Talbott & uo. .... i. s. Third account of Cornelius Bern'dce. administrator or uugti riymaie, ue ceased. r . . t s Filial account of Elliah A.. Stonc.'ad mlnlstrator of 'William L. James" es tate. . & 4 S. J. COWDEN, "xr-n obata Judge. March 11. 1880 3w NbtiW of "Sale. Thk State of Ohio, OnUiu County, ss: BY. virtue of a decree of the Com j'mon Pleas Court of said jCounty, ordered at the November term, A. D. 1879, in the case wherein John T. Hal-ltday-is pLiintiff'audr.ToscDU' J3Iazer et'ah'are' defendants? and by' virtue of an. order of sale issued to me; I shall, on' A..D. 1880," between the hours of one and two p. atrthe front door of the'Court House In said county, expose at public auction and sell the folio wine property, to-wit: Lots numbers one, (1) two, (2) three, (3) tour, uve, (oj anu. six, oj; and also what is known as "Mill Lot." as shown in a sub-dlvlaion made by the appraisers in said cause, and as fully shown and described by a plat attached to their report, filed in. said cause, said property being situated on Second and Spruce streets, in the city of Gallipblls, In said county, and appraised as follows : fr. one, (1) appraised at $450 00 " two, (2) " i 385f00 " three, (3) i' " 306ioo four, (4) . " Ave, (5) i Hi ,r six. (0) " " raw;oo f- 750'00 450 00 $7833 00 "Mill Lot," " " The last Including ohlce and. mill building, boilers and engines, heating pipe anuother'flxtures. Said property will, be first offered in parts, a3 divided, each lot being offered marateiy. In selling the last named property, separately, viz: the "Mill Lot," bids win ba received In. two ways: 1st. upon i the grounds and buildings without the boilers, engines and h'catlng-'plpes and tne Doners, engines and nesting pipes will be offered separately. 2d, the lot and buildings will then be offered with the boilers and engines, and the way which realizes' the most will be ac cepted. Alter said lots and tracts nave been offered separately, the entire property including the six lots numbered, the mill lot, Boilers, Engines, and Fixtures, will bo offered as a whole and the prop erty will be sold in the way and manner. cither in separate tract; or as a whole, mat Buau reaineiiic most. Terms of sale one-third () cash. one-third Cj) in one year, and remain ing one-tntrd in, two years irom date of sale, with interest at the rate of six per cent., per annum. The de ferred srpayraentsctO"be3e?ldencedby- notes with good security, and secured by mortgage as additional security. l snail ; also at said saie. acj the same time and place, sell at public auction all the remaining personal property be lohglng"t;tonhOate Ann of-Waddell, .mazer cc no., consisting. principally oi woolen Mill machinery, iiamps, bnaic- Irig, and Pulleys, also one Safe, ofllce Furniture and various other articles. Terms of this last mentioned sale will be cash. 1 f C. H. McCORMICK, Receiver. March 4, 1880 5w f , i j ..i t-; OuardianXSale of Ileal Estate. K ponn&uce of An order or th Probate Court of Gallia counts-. Ohio, miuld nn the 5.1. 1v of March. A. D. 18sa inHhe raie of Wllllim B. Weed jritardlaa .of Josephine Weal, insane, asaintf bl tM ward ana Samuel V. Vaughn, the undersigned will, on the.3d'day of April, A. D. 1880, at one o'clock, p. m. on the premises, offer at public sIe." the following described real estate, titnate InSirlngaeldtownthlp. connty bf Gallia ana buu oi nuo, ana Known as part or tne northatt' quarter of Section So. S3, Town C, and Kan ire IS. la iald eounlr. and hounital ami deteribed: as follows, towitr bemnnlnr at the north-eiut corner or f aid SecUon So. 33; thence west 88 3-4 poles to'thc line or the land sold by William Wat kins to Santy. Viney; thenca tomb 90 poles: thence east fx poles; thence north M) poles to ins place or beginning, containing flftj J(S0 acres, more or lefs. it 'erras of sale one-half cash nn dar of sale. and one-half In one year from day of aa'.e. the deferred payment to be secured by mortgage on the real estate sold and to bearlnterest 'at the rate or six per cant, per annum. Appraised at s uu, WILLIAlf Br WEED; Guardian of Josephine Weed. ,By; White 4 Holcorab, Petitioner'. Attorneys. March 4, 1880 iw DRAIN TILE. MfcMical Price List YSTE HAVE on.hand, the best .and Ti lareoRt efAo.fc mk hAvn' fivferHid. front3 to9-!nchw-- r rurther.lnformation write to- AyUeelersbiirir'IJramahleSCS., Wbeelersburg, Scioto County, Ohio. March 5, 1870? ', "J Wanted;- JIVUU TriN ANT FARMERS at V J!.agie .Jt urnace. Liberal' leafees given. Also; wooanoppers. J. A. SIMMONS & .CO Jan. 1, 18S0-3m MoHne ntl 'l4t JE!or CIoIa veniently of Locust nftFo.urth Streets, two equarea-west of the' Court House. , t-WUle 's&Wl at rreayonabrd price Airs. 31AKX A. KlssUN. Feb. 19, 18g0.4w MY, HOUSE is a substantial brick, TcontalhlngTlO 'rooms', 'and'ls con- sitaatedi-'oa N. 'W;,corner Antony and Cleopatra. BY WM. H. LITLE. Iain dying, Egypt." Shakespeare. "Ebbs the crimson life-tide fast. And the dark, Plutonian 'shadows, Gatlier'on the evening blast, Let thine "ariri, 'oh Queen; support me. Hush thy sobs and bow thine ear, Llsteirto tlie'great heart secrets, t Thoo and thou alone, must hear. Though. my scarred and. veteran legions, near their eazies-hizn no more. And ray wrecked and -Scattered galleys, strew daric Actium's snore: Though -no glittering guards surround - ,me, Prompt to do their master's will. I must perish like a Roman, Die the great Triumvir still. Lefcnot Casar's servile minions, Jlock tiie lion thus laid low: 'Twas no foeman's hand that felled . . him, 'Twas his own that struck the blow, Jlear then, pillowed on thy bosom, Ere his star laues quite away. Him,:wlio, drunk, with thy caresses, Madiynunga world away! Should the base plebeian rabble Dare assail my lame at Jtonie, Where the noble spouse, Octavia, Weeps within her widowed home Seek her; say the gods have told me, Altars, auzurs. circunz wines. That her blood, with mine commingled. Yet shall mount the throne or Kings. And for thee, star-eyed Egyptian ! Gionou3 sorceress or the -Nile, Light the path to Stygian horrors with the splendor or tny smue: Give the Cse3.ir's crown and arches, J.et hls brow the laurel twine, I can scorn the Senate's triumphs, Triumphing In love like thine. am dying, Egypt, dying; Hark! the insulting foeraan's cry! They are coming quick, my falchion Jet me iront tnem ere i die. Ab ! no more amid the battle Shall my heart exulting swell. Isls and Osiris guard thee, uieopatra: Konie: rareweii : TheTafa Wir-GerT. Vm. nTr.yHe. the Cher- alier Uayanl of the. Western armies, wbo was killed at the battle of Chickamauga. Cleopatra Dying,. BY THOMAS S. COLLIER. A reply to "Anton j and Cleopatra." Sinks the sun below the desert Golden slows the'sluzslsh Xile; Purple flame crowns spring and temple, Lights up every ancient pue Where the old gods now are sleeping; Isls. and Osiris great, Guard me, help me, give me courage lake a queen to meet my rate : I am dying. Egypt, dying!" Let the Csesar's array come will cheat him of his glory, Though beyond. the Styx I roam; Shall he drag this beauty with him While the crowd his triumph sings? No, no, never! I will show him What lies In the blood or kings. Though he hold the golden sceptre, Rule the riiaroah'g sunny ianu, Where old Nilus rolls resistless, Throueh the sweeps of silvery sand He shall never say-1 met him Pawning, abject, like a slave I will foil him, though to do it I must cross the btygian wave. Oh, ray hero, sleeping, sleeping Shall I meet you on the snore Of PJutonlan .shadows?. ShalLwe. In death meet and love once more? See, 1 follow In' your, footsteps , Scorn tlie'Ciesar and his might; For your love i, will !leap'boldly into realms ot deatn and night. Down below the desert sinking, Fades Apollo's brilliant car, And from out the distant azure Breaks the bright gleam of a star; . Venus, queen of love and beauty, welcomes me to death's eranrace. Dying free, proud'and triumphant, The last, lone sovereign ot my race. Dying! dying! I am coming, Obi my hero, to your arms; You' will welcome me I know It Guard me from all rude alarms. Hark! I hear the legions coming, Hear their cries of triumph swell, But, proud Cicsar, dead I scorn you, Egypt Antony Farewell ! Columbus Letter. Corr. of the Journal.] The Lingering Legislators- The Lingering Legislators-Junketing Committees-Penitentiary The Lingering Legislators-Junketing Committees-Penitentiary Bill--Spring Styles, etc. COLUMBUS, O., Mar. 9th, 1880. , It must, be "admitted that those who expected a short and business like session of the present Legisla ture, have begin to think of late that they will be disappointed, and unless care is exercised the tenacity of the Assembly in the drawing out.a long term will have a decided bad ettect. Some Bay that so many bills of im portance have occnpied the atten tion of the members, while others say "the Blow and sure way is the best." A gentleman with whom I was talking yesterday on the proba bilities of an early adjournment said "you' see there, are so many new hands at the. machine that it takes some time for them to get acquainted and get down to solid work." This is' true partially, out surely time enough has elapsed for the most unsophisticated -non," to navo learned all the "hooks and crooks" of State Legislation. Much time has been spent in junketing around at the various Mate institutions, where the Committees (V) spend several days at a time living on the state. Only last' JsYiaay evening happened' to board a train on the Columbus fc Toledo. road, and there I found General Frederick-Blenkner in charge of two car loads of "leg i8lative'1unketera""bound for-Tolcdo, where they 'said, Ihey wefe going to visit 'the. State Fishery', Hatchings, but judging from several telegrams Bent from Upper Sandusky to parties tn Toledo by Senators O'Hagan, of aandusky, 'and Howard, or Toledo, itJopkB as 'tbougbl'lthere wad a big S1?edjpb pn jliand, which was. interest enough to parties-in "Frog TownW for heraTta iy- Ifttck hire and'htitel tbills for takpaAy'It was a decideaiyDeEMratit ' defecation. One member who appeared tired and sleepy, doubtless from ovor- working in the House, had doubled himself tin in the seat and was off about forty knots an hour. Gen, Blenkner, who always has charge of the commissary department on sucli trips, applied a restorative to the sleeping beauty in .the shape of a pint bottle, and the rapidity with which the member awoke from his slumbers was remarkable. The train with this load of deadheads became "very unsteady in its motion, in-so-much so that up this side of Carey the engine struck a couple of horses, and it was an amusing sight to see the solons trvtug to "get up a bill," or make a motion whereby the horses might be released from the cattle pit in which they were fast ened, without a little work. An "Armstrong" bill, however, was re quired, and by the aid of some rails and a few "Heave Oho!" the frigh tened animals were extricated and the train moved on. The conductor remarked to a passenger after the delegation had left the train, that "lie had 60 dead heads," but in the morninp; there would be "CO swelled heads." Most of this delegation remained there until yesterday, and still they can't get through the work in time to adjourn by a 90 days session. The hill spoken of in my last letter for the reorganization of the Ohio Penitentiary passed the Senate last Thursday, every Republican member voting for it with buf a single exception. It will come up in the House doubtless during the week, and it is safo to say will be passed. The bill provides that it is to take effect ten days after its passage, so there promises to be a general change in that institution In a short time. Of course there will be about 40 applicants for each position to be made vacant. Hamilton county has had her usual amount of legislation during the past week, with promise for more in the future. Other counties, which have been standing back waiting to be heard, have begin to think Hamil ton count' should have a rest. SPRING TRADE. ,It seems a. little singular that Monday should be a prticularly busy day with our merchants, yet it is so. The enthusiasm that prevddes the crowds of richly dressed shoppers on dioriaay ,morning,is contagious? one cannot fail to catch a trifle of the bustle and cheery good humor that everywhere abounds, a sweet answer to the bright sunshine. I know of no better specific, for that malady, undelinable, but easy of recognition,- known, as the "blues," than a walk in such an atmosphere, meeting such bright animated faces. There seems to be plenty to at tract purchasers, yet the displays are not at their best, nor will they be for some weeks. That reminds me of a qnestlon put to different In dividuals, some in the same house, all in the same business. The in quiry was: "When do you expect new goodsf" One answers "to-morrow," another, "next week;1' yet another, "about the first of April." Yet in a sense they answered, truth fully for there will be scarcely a day pass for several months that new goods will not be received. This "swetnoss long drawn out" is proba bly the attraction to the vivacious shoppers who amuse themselves keeping posted as to the latest styles. For a "horrid man" to attempt to describe the "latest" style of laces, hats, dress goods, etc., would be as difficult an for the printers to read the manuscript of a reporter who attends a banquet to write It up and before starting on the report get so full of champagne that he tries to write with the wrong end of his pencil. But the lady readers of tho Journal shall hear of the latest styles in the Capital City in GALLIA. Neal for Congress. We do not mean by this to ignore Hocking's favorite sons, nor even' treat them slightly, as we have been accused of, hy our neighbor of the Sentinel. But we do not intend to tear our finger" nails off or ruin a ood suit of olothes for our friends by hauling them into the field for the Sentinel to throw alley mud at during" a campaign. The Sentinel, as usual at this season of the year, has an over stock of compliments for individual republicans, which it is anxious to get rid of at cost, or even at a sacrifice, to make room for campaign fabrics. In this dis posal it seems to have quite a supply of uncalled for compliments for Col. Rempel and Capt. Bright. we learn from the (Jo, personally that his private bnsines is of that peculiar nature that he cannot and will not, under any cirenmstances, be a candidate. The Col. is of un doubted sterling.ability, alive to the interests of the public and would make an unfatigueable servant of the. people's best interests; but he will not; he says he cannot Capt. Bright has been too busy in court to give us an opportunity for an interview on this subject, but states that he is not a candidate and that he believes Neal will, be our next congressman.. Mr. Bright is a gentleman of ability that the republicans could rely upon, that the dtEPDBLtcAK would oe proua to support. We would rather support a Hocking county man, would rather secure' the honors of congressman from this -district for ' Hocking county; but owing to the refusal ot our most prominent, able represen tatives to aopopt, we are in' favor of Hon. Henry S. Nealj of Irohtqn, our present congressman. Mr-Neil has hpen fi faithful, dutiful servant and deserves recognition jit the haads of his constituents. Neal is our choice and ,fii8'maj"ority' will" surprise his opponent next Octob,er.-.Epira"n Me- pubhean. TITLES HUNTING FORTUNES. TITLES HUNTING FORTUNES. An Episode of Washington Society TITLES HUNTING FORTUNES. An Episode of Washington Society Lite--Foreigners Seeking Rich Girls. Washington Correspondent St. Louis Globe-Democrat. For some beneficent reason, proha blyitisthe, presence of the Dipio raatic Corps, society here is exempt rrom adventurers sporting foreign ties. Valets and barbers who would victimize our toadying republic choose any other city but this for the theater of their success. The different legations have in their train a suffi cient number of young men of unex ceptionable manners, long pedigrees, ant shorter fortunes for our belles and heiresses to exert their faseina tions on, and these scions of nobility must have their heads quite turned to find themselves such important personages. Y a3hington is not the choicest mission at the disposal foreign premiers; with most of them it ranks in pay and honor with Ja pan, but as diplomatic service in other countries is a much a profes sion as the army and navy, they be gin at this station and work their way upward. Five of the foreign Ministers to this country have Amer ican wives, and the Secretaries of the Chinese, English, and Russian legations have ioilo'wcd their exam ple. An heiress with a convertible and portable fortune is an interestins object for the shoal of unmarried at taches and secretaries, and a little episode that has taken place has shown the eminently practical view which some of these young men take of the tic indissoluble. A Secretary to the Envoy of an oriental power, a stunted, swathv little worshiper of Allah and mammon, had managed to so ingratiate himself in the esteem of a wealthj' ybung lady that their' engagement was freely talked of, and the .date of the ceremony only need ed to be set. The friends of the damsel were provoked, her relatives so much incensed that they went to the Minister under whom the Secre tary served to ask his help and in terference to break off such an odious connection. Tiie Minister could not see by American lights, and could find no objection to such a match. To all that was said he shrugged his expressive shoulders and smiled. He does not love her," they said; "he only wants her money." A shrug from tho Minister in response. Mo win spend her moneyr break her heart, 6nd desert her when he is changed to another station." "Her friends wUl take caro of her," urged the Minister snceringly. "But he drinks, he is unprincipled, he cam- "said the irate" relative. "He makes some money by that." answer ed the Imperturbable Envoy. "How can he marry by his religion, and if tie abjures it is he not an outcast from his own country?" Another shrug and a peculiar smile. "He has two scandalous affairs on baud now," they said. "Oh, he will have money enough to take care of them, too," replied the Minister. This last, with its accompanying shrug and smile, was quite too much for the puritani cal American, who gave tho Minister piece of his mind, and departing, banged the Legation door after him. In the course of time the young la dy's eyas were opened to sorao of his nance s peccadilloes, and tiie oung dlplomate, finding that the an ticipated fortune would be so. tied up ahd secured that ho would reap small enjoyment, most gracelessly retreat ed from his position. Polities in the University of Michigan. Correspondence Gallipolis Journal. ANN ARROR, March 1, 1880. A canvass of the Law Department of the University ot- Miohlgan gives the following result: . For President Republicans; Blaine, 102; Grant, 33; Sherman, 30; Gar field, 12; Washburn, 10; no choice 5; scattering, 13. Total (Repuplicans) 205. Democrats; Bayard, 2Y ; Hendricks, 18; Thurman, 14j Tilden, 1G; Sey more C; no choice,.-; scattering, 10. Total (Democrats), 95. Grand total (Democrats and Republicans), 300.' The Law Department is made up of representatives from twenty-eight dit ferent States and territories includ ing all the New England and Middle States with the exception ot R. I. All the Western States, and a few of the Southern, notably Miss , Ky. and S. C. but principally made up from what is now known as the Northern Central States Michigan furnishing abont twenty and Ohio over sixty.- If this can be taken as an index and it seems a very good one the sen'timentof the Republicans is large ly for Blaine, I have hoard no one object to. Sherman on any other ground than that of availibjlity., , Sev eral will not vote for Grant under, any circumstances; not. so much that they fear a third term or "Cmsarim" or any such silly bugbear but be cause he does npt represent the.best elements and tendencies of .the -Re; publican part'. Sherman would be quite acceptable to -.Blaine men, and vice versa. If I might express an individual opinion it is this, as the St. J'aul Pi; onter Pres,put3 it: "If, there is any man in the country who possesses the entire confidence of the Ameri can, people, in his official and person-, al purity it is John Sher man.!'' The History or the past .tlireo years has demonstrated his executive ability. Who of our statesmen is a, better representative of Republican princi-; pies? or who more .closly. identified with the Issues of'lolayf Every-, thing, considered why should not John Sherman be our next Presi BUCKEYE. . A Tennessee man can so perfectly imitate the sounds made-by two dogs engagedUn-.fighting-th'at he ckrff 6'alr nnt...-nrl& xHemp;ui8,.;;Congrega.on church in three minutes. ti of 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, 18S0. HIS &IMIHI WILL REMOVE ON THE PUBLIC In order to reduce Heavy Goods. all LOOK AT THE Our S3.00 Boots reduced $2.00 Booh reduced to 51150. All other Winter Jan. 15, 1880. mm WILL OCCUPY PUBLIC SQUAKE, articles marked in plain jmVS3m 1&TB1T TilTflfe& saw SQUARE ABOUT Stock before moving wc, have made BIG REDUCTIONS on REDUCTION OF to $2.50. Our $2.50 Boots reduced to$ 2.00. ' Our Goods reduced proportionately as low. MARCH 1st, 1880. HEAVY BOOTS: , " OLDEST DRUG HAND. IF. Jfll SAMS DEALER Drugs, Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, Dye, Stuffs, . . ' - Widow Glass,' Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, etc:, etc. I have, on hand, and am constantly being supplied with -A. LARGE ASSORTMENT 'OT Patent Medicines, WHICH I AM SELLING TO GRANGERS and ali. . OTHERS at greatly REDUCED PRICES, FOR CASH. Cash must attend all Or ders, otherwise, the usual charges will be made. 0ARBQLI0 BLACK INK, never moulds and freezing will not injure., Feb. 15.1877 lir. EDUCATIONAL. SCHOOL- EXAMINERS' NOTICE. THE 'Board of School Examiners of Oallia county, O., will meet at the Onion School bulldlng,4th street, lu the city? b. Gallipolis,. "the rlrstSaturday In eacn, .mourn, except, August, anu. also thV third Saturday of the months of itarcn, 'Aprti, May, June; septcmuer, October and November, at W'J o'clock A. M., f6rtlfe examination of appli cants for Teachers' Certlttcates. . JAS. L. LASLEY, A. A. MOtJLTON, W. H.TflTCHELL, Cl't. - - - Examiner., BtuMi r I nf r ii .ria Tos,ar.AIuflfe at Ridenour's are pood thins such mornings" as the present try a pair.1 MIAMI INDEMNITY. 1862 GEO. HOUSE, 1879 SUCESSOR to the Old Established Agency of It. I. Stewart, Fire, In land, Marine, Life and Accident In surance. AsttU. JEtna, Hartford, Conn. .. $B,8C3,5i2 19 Continental, New York.. '27,772 00 Insurance Co., North America, Philadelphia, organized 17 W 0,532,009 00 Underwriters Agcnuy, New York 3.3C2.C20 00 Queen of Liverpool, Assets In U. S 1,031,791 00 Amazon, Cincinnati C03.317 00 German American, New York 2,471,781 00 British American, Toron- to.CanadH, U. S. Branch, 071,443 00 Travelers, Life and Acci dent, Hartford, Conn.. 4,393,445 00 Niagara, New York . . . . . 1 ,329,050 10 Firemans Fund, San Fran cisco, 701,221 00 Pennsylvania, Philadel phia 1,853.233 00 May 8, 1879 GROCERIES, &C. CHARLES SEMON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Greceries. CoHfectioRaries. Provisions. &c. COURT ST., BET. SECOND & THIRD, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Respectfully asks the citizens of Gallipo lis to call at ills establishment and exam ine his .stock of- GROCERIES.. Consisting of all articles to be found.ln a FAMILY- GROCERY STORE. My stock of CONFECTIONERIES are large and complete;'such a3 Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, &c. By strict attention to-business, selling at8rallprpflt, I hope to merit a-share of pupuc patronage. OYSTERS by the can and fialf can-of the best quality, unu ururrameu to do iresii. COUNTRY- PRODUCE ot all kinds wanted, for which tho highest .market price will bo paid. C. SEMON. SADDLES AND SADDLERY. 1 ESTABLISHED IN 1832 H. R. BELL, Manufacturer and Dealer m SADDLES, BRJDLES, Harness, Collars, TRUNKS AND VALICES, LAI5 ROBES, DUSTERS, HARNESS OILS, Trace-Chains, Curry-Combs Horse-Bnishes, &c. COURT ST., - - GALLIPOLIS, O. gyRepairing promptly attended to. Prices to suit the times.. S.M. Branxhjberry THE COURT STREET AND DEALER IN Furnishing Goods and Eats. April3, 1879. W OYSTERS. Ob JJIRESH 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. Gorrr every mornUg. This Is the place. S. GOETZ. January 10J1S78 J. R. Sahobd. T. S. Brows, OFFICES, ISEG0ND SlV Aug. 14, 1879.