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Midnight brawlers Cats. This roadito matrimony Is'a bridal path, i . I v The seatrofpajn where, the pia Acorn on me tree is the toe. Jay Gonld's income is now estima-, ted at $2,000 rfeHayi1 I There is a boom for HaneockH amtjng the J)em6cra6y,pf fiopi?i?s. Self-made men are very'apt to wor ship their maker. Time is money, and many people pay their debts with.it. To stop a man from talking Cat bis said off. "The women who do fancy -work don'tTancy work. &1f m'Jtl x Anybody.can. give ad vice. Taking it is the, difficult part. Light tan is the newest shade in kid gloves. . - ' Orjental designs prevail In the.new Spring goods. Ladies, before marrying, had bet ter destroy all old love-letters. No one objects when his tailor threatens to give him fits. The Democrats of Rhode Island have nominated Horace M. Kimball for Governor. A lady in Washington suggests a Reform School for Senators. Shppn Kilnlinn'ririr in riwnmino- a ;n,ict- ;n smitiiai-n rifnno ,,, ' . ,, . . v lion o mnn'o rntnnm rroro Inahaor .. . "" ' , , , to of him it reveals the worst of him Senator Hill has sworn oufcapSace warrant against Jessie Raymond. Near rMilton,;N.TC., a large; eagle seized ancTatteniptc'd to carry off a little . nine-yearnld child of Win. MRW'-- - A caso of. violent insanily,,grow irig out of a "too close application to the 13-l5-14)uzzle Is reported from Erie, Pa. ' Small-pox lias broken out among the' horses at (Quebec, and nas creased to such an extent a3 to stop the running of street car lines, The Connecticut Senate rejected the bill providing for woman suffrage on the license question Moody and Sankey are about to advance on the stronghold or batan at Lead vi lie. The number of Lutherans in Amer ica is somewhere between G89,1G5 and824,S2a The Augusta Chronicle says that the bouth will support the Demo - "cratic nominee, though it be Tilden' . And now lioslon put'sicians say that long walks before breakfast bring on dyspepsia, The Czar of Russia has practical ly abdicated. He has placed the country under a military dictator. In the United States 100.000 bush els of hemp seed are annually con sumed for bird food alone. Much of - it is imported. A Salt Lake sign: "Holiness the Lord! Zion's Co-operative Insti totion Wholesale Liquor Dealers, President Augell, of Michigan Un iversity, has been tendered the. Chi neso Mission. The tighter a telephone wire is the louder it sings, bo with the average man on a lark. A National mass meeting of Re publicans opposed to the third-term movement is -called to meet- at -at. Lonis in May. Unusually large quantities of baled hay are being exported at New xork to southern ports, Cuba and Great Britain, and ai advanco in price predicted. A biography of Gen. George H, Thomas is about to be published by Captain Van Home, who has been intrusted with the private and official papers of the late distinguished Gen eral. If a man starts out in married life as Lieutenant of his household, it is a dead sure thing that he never will be promoted to a Captaincy. The result of the Democratic nri maries in. Pittsburgh, Pcnn., indi cates the choice of a Tilden delega tion from Alleghany County, with aoout two exceptions. Five years, ago barb wire fence was little more than an experiment; it is stated that 00,000 miles of this fence will be set during the coming season Corporal punishment in the British nary is now confined to twenty-fire lashes, whether the punishment be awarded by the commander of the ship or sentence qf Court martial, Plants will thrive better in kitch en or laundry than in other an'art jnents, for the reason that the steam from boilers and' kettles moistens the atmosphere. Mrs. Julia Smith Parker, of Glas; tonoury, ut., wno was married for the first time at eighty-seven years or age, signs her letters with her- maiden name, Julia E. Smith. She says she bore that name too long to recognize another as her own. f JA boy of seventeen married a 'wo man of seventy at Jasper, Ala., but his parents -captured him immediate ly alter the ceremony, and-banished him to a distant school. The bride was wealthy, and the husband claim ed to know what he, was about. is There are 293 members in the House. of Representatives, and 'it is estimated that one-half of these arc avowed professors or the, Christian religion, and some of them are active workers in the church. Speaker Randall is a stated worshiper in the Presbyterian.Church. Messrs. Tuck eTj of Virginia; Bright, of Tennes see; Scales, of North Carolina; Ai ken andvans, of South Carolina, and Dafdson and Hull, of Florida, are ruling elders in the church. There aren't least twenty 'or thirty more prominent Presbyterians in the Hon.se whose names would scintillate to mention. In the same branch of Congress the Methodists have ;a host of gifted and godly men, The Hon. Wm. A. Fclton, the independent Democrat. of Georgia, and the Hon. Gilbert De La Matyr, the .prominent Greenbacker of lndianafaro" both earnest and eloquent preachers" of tlu$ Methodist denomination. Gen. " Garfield js.a great light in the Chris tian Church, and was pnce.ftjprjpplaj' preacher in that body. Rpresenta tfve' Ferry: from Maine,one 6f'the .best 'debaters pn . thtfi floor,, iat at juugreg&wonans5 uy eanc&uon:aaa phoieeir lTho jptte President of the I ' - . V,' t Ualted.SUtes-is a lesdiBgrPresbyte rian layman, and' was recently ap rvnintod a deloirate'ttd'8tli6 Pan-Pres bVterfiia'Couricittd assemble in Phil adelphia next summer. There are Selatora, fu thepersonS'&r Bailey; Cameron, Coekrell, ierry, Gordon Kirkivood, McMillan, Randolph, anr Vneey The, rProtestant Episcopal Gharoh--has"' Bayard, Butler. Conk nrr and Edmonds. Hamnton and jTburmaa,fVoprhees pan vibyidS An Indian Animal Charmer. [London Telegraph.] fiercely. Hum bent over tne cage and fixed his eye npon its occupant i eently wavin , Stranee . stories reach us India of the feats performed by native mcsmerizer named Uuni whose magnetic power would appear .tod)e-ibund quite irresistible by tne loweranimals, upon which he usually 'exerts it. He clve seances, to which the public' are. invited to bring all manner of ferocious and untamable wild-.beasts, and, like the "An cient Mariner," holds them with his "littering eve. In a few seconds tbe'v snbside into a condition of cataleptic stiffness, from which they can only be revived by certain "passes", which he, solemnly executes with his right hand. An account of one of these seances states that snake in a state, of violent irritatu was brought to Buni by a menagerie proprietor, inclosed in a wooden cage. When deposited, on the plat form it was writlnng and uissin genth' waving his hand over the serpent's restless head. In less than a minute the serpent stretched itself out.. stinened, .and lay apparently dead."! Bunl took it up and thrust several needles into its body, .but it gave no signs of life. A few -f:pa8sea'-i'then,restoredi3it to5- its former angry activity. Subsequent ly a savage dog, held in a leash by, ,its owner, , was brought m, and, at 'Bum's command, let loose upon him As it was, rushing toward him, brist ling with fury, he raised his (hand, and in a second the -fierce brute dropped upon its belly, as though stricken by lightning; ' It seemed absolutely paralyzed by some un known agency; and was unable to move a muscle until released from the magnetizer's spell by a majestic wave ot his hand. The Latest of the New Schemes. Everybody is familiar enough with the distribution of gas and water by a system or pipes in largo cities, Recently a successful attempt has been made to distribute heat or steam in the same way. But the very latest, invention comes from Paris, where a system has been devised for the distribution of uniform time. In fact, it proposed to keep the cor rect time on dralt, and lurnisU it to consumers to order. A pneumatic ciocK company has been organized, which, by means of subterranean tubes, receives tho 'time direct from the observatory every morning, and regulates all the timepieces in con nection simultaneously. The com pany-proposes to put up clocks in the streets and houses, and furnish the time at a trifling cost per day. This is done, by pneumatic pressure, tho air being compressed by steam en gines anu driven at intervals ot a minute through the communicating tubes, so as to move the minute hands the, requisite distance at, each pulsation. It can be applied to any clock. The company undertakes to pay all the cost of the lutings, sup plying clocks gratuitously, and charging only a subscription. Old Times. Correspondence Gallipolis Journal. LONGTON, KANSAS, MARCH 16th, 1880. Wm. Nash, Esq., ! My Dear bir: The Jodknal came to hand j-esterday morning. It still retains the same old familiar look. A few years ago I had.a copy of the Journal, issued in Septem ber, 1840. which contained an ac count of a great ''Whig meeting,,,at trallipolis. George W. Summers, of west va., made the first or opening spcecu, ana was touowed oy liov. iorwiu. ii i am not mistaKen you were then Editor of the Journal. Well, I have read the Journal all over and noticed all the local adver tisements. All were interesting, Many changes have taken place in oia uauia since i luit there, .but . will not ndv.ert .to them in detail. Now, then, a word about nolitica If I live I shall vote the iRepublican ticKet lor president, although. Gen urant. is not ray choice? I prefer vtasiiburn or iiiaine. Hut- I shall vote for the nominee anyway, who ever he may be, for it will never do to trust the Democratic nartv with the control of the government. I tsenu yuu,pne,iiounr, wnicu will, pay ipnxnp journal si months; Hop mg youmayutve anany .years-yetto do battle for "Truth and Justice," remain I - ) til a " ")1 a ui oy - I -Ypuraffespectfully; LEWIS CLARK. . IThere is nbnndantfnml-fnr th'nnill.t in tuese words, which wel find ascribed to a colored individuaLinnn .JlPJato- Johnson: "De worl dm so constertutcd dafc wile dar am "fost I . in - ... pqus nun mr evervbodv who in willm' to work, dar ain't a morsel left for de man who sits underlie umj ins -mom. mow. rsa studdied pplea all my days an' I never knew ne dattwouldn'tr hang on io do limb fin untuit was shook down lat ,is, ob .course, a sound sensibly apple. Don't, slan' roan' de corner iUfdc streetwid the wild" -exnectation ifat who libs dar- is eoin"ilto old fiMaoriK- on' del man ask VOU. hn Ins' enn ' -r. sedn Tnany a man loafin' rm?nl ii Foky-second depot as though Lejelt suje flat if he stayed dar long 'Juff (Me. Vanderbnilt would come out an hand him a check -for $1,060,000 an say, Young man pxka: idisismall: 'pile an' be happy No de Letter way .am -to git your eyp fidion tomethic' an' den keep moYln'l keep raoyin,. - ue wnoie puuoopnyjpr life isin de little words 'keep gjttln',' Snc after awhile your ore surerto fln yourself somewhar." ;i II will door .u at .ark n-ADrinrfleld.TbwnhlD- side ima-a rour et e nicest and cheaA Jan. 29,1880 3m rrn. a CatarrH A PHYSieUlTS TE8TJMPHY; . 30 years af PfcjffJplaa. 12 Yeini Srf ferer. Tried Regular Remedlet. Tried Patent Medicine. Per manently' cured by SAHFORD'S RADICAL CURE, ME5SRS. yTKK314 POTTER.' Fit t it Jiar ifraicl mwltrifie lor thirty yar, und 1it tern aaflerrr ntyirf..r iw-He years Ca-t-rrli in tue nun .s-J.fmcu aa-t Utyux I kATo imd crrrytlilnjr tn ihn imurrla wtrtici wliU ou: nnrpnDaDelitrFllrr,uutUUuaUrIirasludw-4-In try pjlfortnedlclne (aiuetahii; that m-nHo. patSilftiare vrr loth Jo An). I tried a-id dirrnrntlirra nntlH rot Mol l of jronrr. I f.-Unv.-d the diretlona to the ictter.antl frni lianpr tn a lia7e had fvrtuanK)t. onrr. -Yoar RAPrCAL 1 T 1 C" Mrt.lnlt hm.r nmt.fn.l 1..-, - thl curr ol thit,lc?st.'cn;.lttait xad ilanscivu l Ui.ca.-V. II. W. OUAT.M-D OfDr.D.W.Oraf : Ron, lxnaicia - nai DntireWv locaUae, lvw. 2lTICi.TCX.JOTCA.MaitiiK.in7. . TtsT'3 s of I W rrmcd most not be OTerlooki 4 Inlhecurtf tfl&iMe ' SYMPATHETIC DISEASES, Aff-'-HnnofJli .Kyc, JUr, .Thront.Xnnxn aJ a evrre cum- of Caturrlu 1 tir luflwnfd put rt.v etf"tl cor.ilitixu of JU vHicotit inrtnbraii thj 'tAiiorV.tttim irdttHU; Uitd utitiV (h-; fitf-ri tifci"lt?iitiroucrit'irtrMTljruiiirp ti luCifhm ol tin- i:M)JOAl. Ctl.;K. HTfeci tixedou iruiutLcu ! pre oikTia lull !ar mc irrnituriii oi caiuru . r. rt-rm.T ,ml1 TIih f u-t irttl l. 1-,w1 l. .Tnore1mportnrr wipn ft It cooil'rrt with stat- rttnedJt'S fur CMmtU Um bn iirel on satp, aut to-day, wilt-one or tuo rirfpUoos,th-lr nmt cannut bcrrralled bylU? bat-ltTyniicdUrDgcikt. but. unlcf tli renirtlr po9rRft uudtMihtf! tpccitlc ibid tutuc40iiscur:lj. Mulatcljrttrtal:i to fall Kmc!. rftCkftCC Of SANTJ)nn,S pAPfrAL CCRK iu Jr. Hwifora luiiirov'.il Inlxuibi Tu ic. wltti full dhectlor.i lor Its u l-i t h p. I'rlre Sale 'DriVfrlKlliif'tni. 51 ' it. VOLTAIC FOSTER 18 SIMPLY WONDERFUL. Kixorrnx. Mrjts.,7 April a, id. ' I l-TTl'diT t,U-l VOf.TAIO - wr; pt' am' rtrtomtudliiir tluitllail. f " . ;c. lcMo5so7; j. . llCHK. Ill- I Al.lltI1.HS-J l! bnsdMirii'- l.ov Li..ri0.d timn all i.tlar-iiiidirliii.. lit Lunr jr.? ium hot.l.lvr tac < Klizx 3 ask Jitrrftaso. ' f ' rjMHi.lii.. i IH):etliorli;o!ntl!'.1!.rj- -crrtiinhot Urit-u. no duuut. In the world.- &. U'Ml-Giix." AI(iVOTX. Mo, Marrlilrtll . f Accept xur thanki for Uie . fo ttlrri-rd fromtiietvoCoL-. - M PLaaTalt-. Tlt mQ ROmft COLLINS' VOLTAIC PLASTER lor local in.!, lisnii. lorenew. weaknert. klilii-t, fpicen, hitwtji, bladder. heart.mndTiin- CaPrloe US. cents.. f hnniifliuut tin I lilted hlatcs kcJ Calitda. Ed faf WKEliM it lOTXEl lropr. torj;2ioBiwi. Mat. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 4 niKIK! XV 4 WPVn for t!ic richlv illns auuma liaillBUtratnl, ami only tour Tr authentic history- of the groat j It rteseriliet Uoral. Vataccs1. Bare; Curiosities weaiin ana wonder or tbe imlics,- Tauan.eto Ainililon iieoole tho host, chance or your lire to make lilna want It. Thi is moner Send for llpwaroof -catch nounv" imitations cin-uiar anu c jir icrms to Agents. Auarcss national fUBUsmso Co., Ifhlladelphla. "?7 Outnt Free. KRV. Aut'U6ta. Maine. A VKAIl ami expenses to ascents. AUdross V. O. VIUK- A DVERTISERS! sendfor opr Select Llt of Local how?paprs. Geo.'P.'Bon'ell & Co- Mar. 13, 1880-4w Notice. ' IN PURSUAXCE of an order granted by the Probate. Court of Gallia county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction on Saturday the 3d dav April, A. D.,1880, at 1 o'clock p. m. upon the. premises the following de- scnoeu real estate situate in the town ship of Perry, county of Gallia, and tatox)IOhIo,.to-wlt: , -i '-'llje-Hvestri h"al o'fthe souih-jvest ject to the dower estate of Elizabeth Jones, described an follows: Commenc ing at the north-west corner of the south-w,esf quarter of said Section 2.'t; thence south .along the said Section line rods to a stake; thence south-east 105-ttrxU'and four feet to a stake at the land . of Charles W. Cochrane, from I which a black oak ten Inches In diame ter stands, four feet west. Also a black oakrten Incites In diameter stands 'ei "lit feet south, eaclr bearing two notches; thence north one. hundred and eleven rods'? my thence west 81 rods tor the piiivuui ueiuniii: .excepting Hte-Darn,j south of "the house, now occupied 'by the said Elizabeth Jones together1 with barn yard around said barn 20 feet wide excepting on the nortK sldo Which 53 feet wide. Also the? right of. way uib x ortsraoum roau reserveu tozetner with the abovo exceptions to tho "pur- chaert)f said described land. Also the east -half of the south-east- quarter of Section 22, excentliiK out of tlie said iract-one-acroTmore or' less, convevetl' said Nathaniel .Tones, deceased, to the Trustees of the Congregational isiiuruu in x erry townsiiip lor a grave yard, deed ot conveyance dated Novem ber; 12, 1876, recorded ' iii Vol. number Pages 373 and 370 of. records of deeds of Gallia County, Ohio. The llrst described tract'appraised at $1000, subject tt said dower estate, and the last described- tract appraised at $1000 free from .dowersaid tracts to-be sold separated V. gU'ernm ot pale :-70iio-thlrd in"t hand, -third'lff one year, anS'dhe-thlrd in two years from (he day .of sale with in terest; the payments to be secured bv mortgage on the premises sold. .DAVID NuJCfcXES, Administrator i)f .Nathaniel . Jones. js, deceased;' x. J t -1 a ' x. w. Hampton, Att'y. ,3Iar.!nj'ia(0-lw ' .-770. First Order of Sale. Charles fif. -'Blbsscr ts. Sylvester usseii et al. " PUnS0AKT'to Ibe coinnnmt of' an order or sala from tbe tiirtnr!iimfnAn.nin.a r.rn.t I county. Oliland bv Tlrtue of.sata writ. I offer for sale at public unction, at tbe front of.the Court r&iia. In rh i.ttvnrnHfiinniifi I miu uaiu. wuuij anu owl: oi unio. on Monday, the 24th day of May, A. D. 1880, the hour of one o'clock- p.m. of said' dar. 'the louuwinc aescnoeo promises,, toiwitt llelnir ui iuc uuiHini.iuariu- ui oecium AO. zj, npHnnlmrnr. ih.Mci ot tbe Gallipolis road, at tho. north-wet corner at a f-take from which, an' apple tree 8 Inches fn diameter bean northAl degrees cast 33 : snencoaootn lUurxBalM atMJUty links to aauia.c.irnm'vrnictt-anappie tree ten inches in diameter bears nnrth.73 decrees eift SO links: 1Ii?JL;'ES fall.r caaMsand fllty-llnki tahence nortoironr. ohaiM and Blty link:.thertce west cnamrand arty-lLut, to tbe plaeeorberin ning. coutalninp two acres mora or less, togeth- " !". ".f '""oges ana, appunencei to tne r;r.V. 1.8, i." e appertaining. Pp'arat Wiitinared dollars (1001. .Ti5&i?i?lMaKJ!,e of Sylvester Uussell at. at the.suitof CharlvsU. Klof-er Termsof ale-Cash on ilirnr . .G'Teji under mT, band thls iath day of March, . , , -C. B. BLAKE. 1 , ' Sheriff Gallia Co., Ohio. .!VBiHiMnoNflAtt'y. L- i , ..Mr,ayrf?p-5y,J f t . BJS and S. Branyrierry will fiikV'fJn : nice fitting suites low Wre: " r- i a 1 Catarrhal i PwlSOII "Wel -'Do Moyor's Treatise) 'on Car taxrJiveipUiiii the follpving important facti L Xkat Catarrhal Colds become a. poiio'nbai' infection, tit first local; 'and Amity conatjtationa.' 2. That, keinr Con-titutional, the Infection "!i uejcnil' tlie reacli of mere local remedies. 3. That impnritieK in the nostrils, are -nacesiarilr. stsralloved into the atomaclt 'and ixLhaled iritb the lungs, thai poison lag ho,-Diie5tiTe, Hespiratoryana Uenlto . urinary orpaiin. 4- That. Catarrhal virus follows the 'muoouif membrano and eauies DeataesB, Dyspepsia, Chronic Siarrha-a,. Bronohitls, , Leueorrhcea, and Consumption, 5. That Smolcos, Douches, Inhalations,' anJs JnsolaUo Jsnoffv cannot poasiUy TemoreHnfeeUons'fnflSnimation "from the or- cans named. G. That an antidote for Catarrh must poems an Inoculative) affinity for, and tho quality, of being aiiorooil ty, the purulent ' tnneons wherever Iccatod. Baaed tinon theso Tilain theories. Dr. Wei Do Meyer's Catarrh Cur'' Has prbredto; hp iniallibie; Jtnot only re Hove a, it cures Catarrh at any stage Hoine testimony; & Cured""! Cured. TCured!1 Cured ' 'Vf.-li. Woods, 4S7 Uroadway; 'SrV., Cnrwl'ot Chronic Catarrh. ip.VjilUiiiTT;fi5BBroadirar,3.T4y-'rCata'rri. - O. I. Br.C3H, 413 Eroad-oy,XY., lOy'M Caanh' 3. JrsKDicT. Jr Jrvreicr, ro? Broad n-aj-. Kll"., (ijdy fricrnl-, cured of Chroulc, Hay Kcer. Mna. Exaa -C. 11 OWE', 3 W? Waibinglon Sqnaic. K. V., cured of 30 "-ear Chr.mU Catarrh., . P.tri On'ARri,1C9 Jay St., Brooklyn. "It reatured mo. to my ministerial labors." Kev. CuaT iiC Joi-Eir Xew Erlghlon,. S. L "Wortlilen timet thccot." IUv. Alex. FnisES, Cairo. X. Y. " It baa worlced ' wonders In six cases la jny parifh." L. F.. Nsvxax. 05 FultoiSti Brooklyn, cured of 4 years Chroulc Catarrh. Mas. J. StachJe., S Warren .St., Jersey City, cured of IS cars Cl.rut.ic Catarrii.- "AC. ic. JtC, if. &C. A real cure for this tcrriblainaladyi is tba-n;ost important diseorcry for the relief of human ftl&eiinE. sinco'vacciaatiou. Wei Do Meyer's Catarrh iOuro is sold by all UruesisU.. or'Jdelivered'hy 1). I. DEtrcr 1c Co., ii Dc.T6t1.N.Y.f.irS10.ai.aVafe. Tn Clubs, six patkasrs for S7.50. Dr. Wei .Do ilover'a Treatise. Kith full ' .expVnatlons and 0efirh.tlinine,1 proofs, is Pojt-paidaud sent free tq anyliOtty. Jan. 29 1880. eow3m fifo 1 A v ATI J 3JL -B-A vl A. j JLL v n ' r r - - ( Oastoria. Mothers llku, and Pijraiotans rooommend it. IT IS NOT NARCOTIC. I ' to OENTAUE LIXIMENTS ; the World's great Paiit-Kcliovlng rciiicdics. ThcylicaT, .soothe and eureBuni.s"VVoimds,'VcakBack pud .Illicuinati.sUL upou .3Iau, tA5fi.BPiSffis Galls, auiLLauic uess upon Boasts. Cheap, quick aud reliable. SPURTS of cdisgtutinc Mucus, Snuffles, Crackling Fains in. tho Head, Fetid Breath, Doafneis and any CatarrhalComplalnt, caabe ex terminated by Wei Do Meyer CatarrU Cure, a Constitutional Aw tidote by Ahiiorption. The most Im portant Discovery vince Vaccination HHHHHHHi Jan. 29, 1.880. cowly V r .'Warner's Safe Kidney and Uier Cure. Formerly Dr. Cralrft Kiilnru rSir A veKCUble-nreiMmUon and the mnlr a tiro -mr m tne world for Urisbl'o Xua. o-rtriitlmontalaor Ihp hij nest order In proof of tntw statements. 1 -Por tbBcure of Tilabplra, call for War. nerahaTelMabclmi Cure. iSU tfTCT CUW. - WARNER'S SAFE E1TTFDQ. It Is ttia best Blood Pairincr. and Simulates everj-fjnetton to mon.- nealthraraoiiou. aud It curei.ScroruIouiintK! olhorstln Ernn- .mlV.lhoVii Canatlruallon. ninlnn.. . -. . itv-t.in.tiwrf h-ll.. tl.lM .. .. T .J? wwiua-r nsa regular cdbic. Bottltsorxwo nil j t price?, 3ec. and 0. WARNEWS SAFE; NERVINE t&u. ana aWitfHMAkfap in H'. rEpIlepll. lu,aii1l roficves Km auspro. " wiin.ui its .is m REOO TJSin aiul siMlthp rtla. iusa.uxerTeK:Ter-'Irnoraa the:svatiim. wgethi'r taken In small or large doses. I fr ufc4ieoi.iwunizefl; prices, owe. and w.oo. 'WARNER'S SAFE PILCS Art; mi luirnraiaLR finn . hh-.v iimniua fn. Tarpli Urry.anrl etireColTaatt.ITtpiiala.. Bu- tav;J lCalttlm; 1Tvnr bo used wheDrver tbe ooweisao txo&operaie I lYecIr arid rprrularlr. ' et W IVI rtmmir Mrk null dt fr ihorovyh t Kfvrft SaPa ILfaBMtSM km H.H. Warner i, Co., Prciirlaia. t f E0CHESTEB, T, ' C7S.a far rxaaabt .. in O., TTT e. .ThiSjlIotel has been Kg w TfTiSD AND RE-FURNISH- ' ?ed; fs'NO OPEN for the accom modation" the ' ' iTRAyELIiIN.G.',PUBLTC. A good ineal ahil a' clean bed'oDtalned just as reasonahie as any,wlicre. First-class Stable accommodations'. Be sure.or thpl.ace, "ECEER HOUSE, opp"oslte.Court.lIousej!Galllpolls. Jl Ohio, the bridge tora ttiiy ' 7MnS' JOa ORONLNGER, , . 'WW" ior and Calls We?t' at u X H NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW BOOK STORE. Mi..-.. ir.,T.. sjrocp: OP Wall r I " I , V Pap .r . Faper durtalns on RoTab.e Oil Cloth,, &c., .... -I'' NEW BOOK STOKE,' 'NeaI's;OId Stand, Gallipolis, Ohio. examine our splendid new styfes JL . ' F rATXiXt VVliNiJUVV CSILflJJJjib & iSrjjJjlAljl j-L . . t ' , ' ' 'ftS' hooks. .Sheet Music, Stationery, Toys, Cliromos, A1; Frames,ai:c,,at BOTTOM PEICES. March 4, 1880. f . . TIE PHLLSY'SUSPINBER OR ARGOSY BRACE. i , L Some reasons 'why these Sns- "penflers arehetter than others. 5i- can be 'no clianiis or wearlns them out, 4th. There dan be no strain" on any of tlie butons: it beinp- the' onlv self-adjusting, snsponiler in tho world.) . - i .i- : lOK. SALE BY" 1st.. They contain no riibber. 5d. Thevwill wnnr Innoprllinn! any other suspenders. 3U. The cords run over pul- leys, and consequently there s. .11 ,Feb. BRANDYBERRY . The Court Street Clothier," Gallipolis., Ohio. 12, 1880 Qm , r ' SELECT SCHOOL. -'- fpHB UNDERSIGNED as Princi- JL-" pals, irill teach'a' . ' SELECT SCHOQL atvWaterloo, Lajy-rence County, Ohio, beginning AprU 12th, frad-continii- ing throughout thq.piiramer., Classes will be -orgauized in air branches usually, taught, in our com mon Schools and Colleges. ;Survey- Ing will be taught,, with the use of field instruments. Hook Keeping a specialty. Good boarding can be had at $2 per week. We guarantee entire satisfaction all who arc entrusted to our care. Forlurther particulars address w: D. NULL, Waterloo, O. JOHN BURKE, Labclle, O. Feb. 12, lS80.-2in Kotice. OST or stolen, one Joint Promlsso- JLi ry JNoto of hand, lor tho sum $1W,05, given by John P. of and Jacob atighn to Geo. W. Jacobs, or order. "payable two yoars after date, and dated cu. 220, 1877, at a per cent. Interest, which Interest has been duly raid and during the year 1S77 sold to me. All persons arc hereby notified not to mir- chase said ilote as it has been fully'pald and cancelled. RUFUSi JACOBS. Mar. 4, 1880. G. W. ERMWG, SECOND STREET, GALLIPOLIS, Dealer in "Wa'fches, Jewelry, Silver ware, Clocks, Spec tacles, &c, n Repairing neatly done andf warranted. ratronagc ot the public solicited. Dec. 13, '77. FOIJTZ'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS . Will cure or prevent IM3eace. No flonsa wlll Jlc of Colic. Bots or LvnoTs. 1 1 roQtra l'owaers ore used Id tune. KOQU'aPotrdcrsvrlllcureandprercntllooCnbLEBx Kont'a Towilers will prevent Girxa ix Kowl. rontrt Powile r will Inrrea'C tlie nnnntltv'of milt cream iwemr per ccmu anil make the putter Arm roatz-a Powrto ill tore or prevent almost insr Dikkask to which Hortca anil Cattle re unhject. rocri-3 x-nwuiu will oirs bx-mrjurrioy. SoU everywhere. t1DAVID S. rotTTZ. rroprietor. . EAiTiaiOHi:. 114. Eor sale by KERR BROS. June 19, 1879, ly hartn For Sale. WISH 'to selLmy Farm lvine in HuntlnElon tn.. near Ewins-ton: ..... ft ' !i i rr . km. -- ' i uuiiuiiiiuiir. jruiiH mu rfi2UM tip.iwa. nnn known as the Johii M.CherilTgtoii farm. Ijexpoctjto soil, it .for, less thsnilt Is wbrtli, ailtl tvill sell it to a"?ooil"berson payments on o years, tiuic.. Any one waning to purciiase can apply in per son or by letter, to inc at Thurniah T. Gallia 'eo., Ohio.- IjM. iBEJIAN.- .Sept. 2G,.1878. . STotice. CVTOTIUE is hereby plven that Ihe ' Comtnissloner3 of Gallia 'Courier. --will hear at the Audltor'bfHee on 10th day of April. A. D. 18S0.at 10 o;eioctu. petitions (or, anq remon strances against, tne ouuuing or a in Spnnfleid township, at Clark's across i-nmpaign UreeR.- onier or .tlie Commissioners. , JOSEPH. STAFFORD. Aud'r. Mar. 18, 1880. 4w ' Co-Jfartttersliip. nniTE.nndersIsrned havn this Urn roll iL'llth, 1880,'rornied a co-partnership tue. purpose oi practicinjr; Aieuicme Surgery.; Vfe will- attend .to .all .in., the Citvand C!Oiintrp fnnil in yirglniaj'bpth' byplay and Tnight iiuuijuiy. vinirges reasonable; uwee family regldenceVonTHirtl street. . Al OROMTjEY. J. .B.CRQMLEYi., PKf. " s:ii,7i at SIIOBER'S Watches repaired at rpnees; T5St&Sl?SK Rio Grande College. graduates from which receive the degrees ot A. IS. and 1$. S , respectively; also College Preparatory, "Normal and Commercial courses. ' Classes are form edf also,, .each, tenh-'Ju the common English branches; to suit students not in regular course. .A class begluniug Latin is formed regularly the third tertri of each year. . Four torins a year of ton weeks each. Spring Term begins April C, 1880; Fall Term begins Aug. 24, 1880. EXPENSES, Tuition and Incidentals from $7 to ?3 per term, or from $'.'5 to$2S, per year. Instrumental Music $10 for 20 lessons. Vocal Music, Penmanship, or Book Keeplng, $1 extra for 20 lessons. Board (including room rent) is of fered in the Hall at tho exceedingly low price of $'2.15 per week. The Collese is situated at Rio Grandn. Gallia, Co., O., a quiet healthy locality on the stage lino between Oak mil and Gallipolis. tor catalogue or other Inforraat on appply to A. A. MOULTON, Prcs't lioolcat tlie JPrices WATCHES and JEWTIT.-RT AT SHOBER'S. Genuine Elgin Watches, in solid Silver Cases, for $10 00. Nlckle plated American Watches for $7 50. clocks from $i so up. Solidl8 kr. Crold Kincs. Ladies ri. vaoiiiuains. i.auie3 uom Watcaes of European and American Designs. Solid Silver Spoons. Silver Plated Knives, Spoons, Forks, Cake Stands, Butter Dishes, Nankin Rinss. and a general assortment of Jewelry. Call PHOTOGRAPHS. AT PENNER'S GALLERY, Siffn ofBig Showcase, 2nii Street Copying and Enlarging old pictures a Specialty. Crayon arid" India Ink Work done, to order. I Jan. 15; .1880 3m CLOYER SEED, TIMOXHYs SEED, Slue Grass and Ripd Tpp Seed. Also 200 bushels of SEED jOAt$ All "Thrill b6 spia at the lo.y- lT.vlrof ni'i'na Vi ? -' nTr IMatst;.,iiearllesliire Mill. Jan. 29,.a880--tf If i . EiJsUldebf jaleebVdf str&t tf""1 CflHTBAKHffi .MD BDEDIR. JOBBINGlNjAEL KIND$ OP .BfiUflrtaiii' Masfisrt, GRAtES:j,ANb, MANTItES SET ,UiN SHORT NOTICE. d$rs aEbve Pifbllc Square, Jan., a, 18B0 ly MIILLOIM Has placed his iron claws oh'5 Hisrh Prices MjL KINBS OF GOODS. Of theFilie ana giiperior Grades to fill the arms of the Multitude as-theVrush in to - v - - . ft ' t , The crefwd have already "cast a wistful eye on our OK FAGTO.EJ JEANS, exchange for wjuc thebring Wagon Loads"( of .Country rroduce. i: DRIVE IN sTftE EMPTY LOT Adjoining, our Storercorner of : Secb'nd a Spnice 'sti-eets. - January !22, 1880:. - ' ' GALLIPOLIS BOOK STORE. W. H. MITCHELL. SuceeMsor to S. X. WASSOST,, BKSMInMK & SP A WM. . It" aaacicacj nT Tl niTI 1 1TT1 TTT TW TmTTTmTf. TlTTriT Tfl nnni nn UL1J 01MU, OflUrJiilU JDUlliUllIll, fUDLlU DyUAlllJ, GaUipolis, Ohio, WODLD call the attention of the public at larelothe fact that ho keeps constantly on hand the largest arid" linest assortment, to bo found in. this section, of Hooks, Stationery, Fancy Articles, ISTews, Music, oia3Peiis, Wall Paper, Window Shades, JPi'ctures, &c., &e.. I'llfWr0111? SU06h BOOKS, ho postive J WWW UUIttllll.l uwiu lJ Mtljf UbllVi llCibtCl Januaiy 29' 1880. OF MILLS & Co. Is prepared, to offer Special INDUCEMENTS TO CUSTOMEKS. lst-We carry the largest and most varied stock of 0 of any Drug House in the city. aa. w e can, and do, sell cheaper than any: Drag House in this city. : 3d.We fill preSCrintionS cheaper than anir hmiSft in this city. alu j i. ll -l i -. nuu-mj ww uu oetcer dj pnysicians antt country merchants, than anv hmiRfl in thin m'r.Tr .. ' " rctu itr i , . ,r ittiBp ftverytlimg m Olir line and more tOO. . e carry 1'aiuts. Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Toilet Articles; Brushes, (o11 Kinds) Patent Medicines, Perfumery. Window Glass, ("air kinds) Sods, "cPP?r, Cinnamon, Cloves, Nutmegs,-Spices, ground and In crainl Tndirf and Green Teas, (cheap)., The finest stock of Canes ever seen fix. We are HEAD-QUARTERS for Dolls" and Toys of many kinds. Tnfc ana raper, fens and Pencils. Very fancy Papatric, and Xadies' and Gentlemen's useful and fancy Dressing Cases. - Cigars and Tobacco, a large Stock, and great variety, and a THOUS AND OTHER THINGS too nunieroua to mention. . Wo return thanks for the larire and satfsriif.tnrv nntrnnno-o w hnn received, and we" hope to continue the same,' and very much increase it, ly careful attention to business, and a Tair, liberal and honorable 'treatment of all our customers.-, P. S. Our country friends will notice that wc have never been .com pelled to post and plaster'the! road fences and bridges with disgusting and badly painted signs of such stuff as "The leading Druggists," the "Principal druggists;" tho "Boss druggists," and so on "ad nauseun." TLfs ought to be to our credit, ir not to our profit. Dec. 11, 1879. 31ILLS &. CO. HUTCHINSON & BALDRIDBE DEALEES IN COITBT ST., ! ' ' Oct 2d, 1879. Hardware. Oliver CiLQD Plows, Stoves and Tin-ware, OAIiIiEPOMS, o. PHOTOGRAPHS. DRUGS, &c. LL EAGLE DRUG STORE. W I' Hil . - T a PEALEBS'fIN DRUGS, KKDIOISES, PAINTSf ifis Perfuwewd . 2? Agwa.for.?ciflc.Te.i Company . . May 15,4810.