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Tlie Official Paper ol Gallia County! GALMPOIilS, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1880. The Journal will be found for sale at the Uallipohs Book Store, where also may be found the dally CIncIn nati Gazette and Commercial. Assessor's Meeting. The following eighteen of the newly elected twenty assessors of the county met at the Auditor's ofilec, .Saturday. J. W. Vaughn, Raccoon. Ellis Swisher, Cheshire Precinct. C. F. Gllllnghara.ciay. J. G. Day, Harrison. Henson William", Springfield. H. D. Ward, Morgan. Geo. M. Vance, Cheshire. David T. Evans, Qreenfleld. David Jtecs, Perry. H. P. Hanna, Huntington. " Win. Campbell, Green. Augustus Harless, Guy an. Thos. Shaver, Jr., Addison. Floyd Keller, Galllpolls. CITY. Jno. Q. Walker, First Ward. P. T. Wall, Second. Ward. B. Ti. Gardner, Third Ward. Jourdan Bray, Fourth Ward. The assessors of Ohio and Walnut townships were absent. The Assessors'agreed upon a uniform ity of value for the following: Average horse $40 SIHch cow.. .i....... 15' Three year old cattle 20 Two " " 12 Ono " " Two year old horstfg.. 25 One " ' 15 Average mules 50 " mules twoye3"rs,old 30 " mules one yeardldi 15 Average sheep ; 2 ? Hogs three cents per pound. Wagons, pleasure carriages, watcnes, pianos, organs, etc., were' left to the judgment of tho assessors. It is ex pressly requested that parties to whom blanks may be given will correctly fill out the statistics, as the law inflicts a heavy penaly for violation thereof. . Kcubeu Bothgeb's executor vs. The heirs of Reuben Rothgeb et als. was disposed of by the Supreme Court last week. The case went up from this county. It was brought to have a will construed. Bothgeh left a provision In his will to build a certain monument near his residence upon which should be placed an inscription setting forth his ideas of a Deity, tho universe, creation, etc., also provisions for the most practical farmer nephew he might 'have, and one to. the most practical niece housekeeper he might have. Judge Johnson was on the Common Pleas bench and tried the ca.se, decld ing'that tho erection of the monument was against public morals and public policy, and that the other provis ions were too Indefinite to be carried out. The District Court sustained the decision of the Common Pleas. The Supreme Court evaded a decision by deciding that the petition did not show that the executor had any funds In his hands for building the monument. The Julia Hunt Dramatic Combi . nation showed Fanchon Monday night to a crowded house' and again Tuesday night a crowded house greet ed them in Uncle Torts Cabin, in which little Eva appeared, a marvel in song for one so young. The relations of our citizens with this combination have been of ft cor dial character, our best citizens as oisting them in every manner. They are truly a meritorious company and deserve encouragement. Miss Hunt, Miss Reimer and Mr. W. J. Brown are certainly looming stars. Mr. B. ia a born man to deal with newspa pers. At no time during any of the productions did we notice a jar or hitch In the smoothness of their stage work. Mr. Giles Shine In the leading char acter in "Violet" was simply immense; the whole burden of the play falls on him and he-carried it to perfection. The Executive Committee of the Gallia County Teachers' Institute have appointed the following teach ers to work up and take charge of the Educational Exhibit at the Coun ty Fair: M.J3. Hard, A. A. Moulton, W. H. Bane, S. Clark, H. H. Howe, W. D. Null, A. L. Roadarmour, Miss Alice Martin, Miss Flora Comstock, 31188 Emma McClurg. It is hoped that all the. teachers of the county will aid this committee in every possible way in making our Educational Exhibit a success. Al though this matter has been spoken of and discussed in other places, yet Gallia county has the honor ot being the first to take active measures to wards putting the theory into pracr tice. Let each teacher, in the coun ty, before his school closes, lay aside something which will illustrate the work done in his school. They had another little murder below here on last Friday night, Bill Smith, a noted desperado from Virginia, bad been traced to the house of a negro named Mansfield Peters, two miles below Proctorville, A constable a posse tried to arrest him, when he fired on the party, A man named Fred Hayes, belong ing to the posse, returned the fire, being guided by the smoke of Smith's revolver, shooting him through the head and killing him instantly. A rcwardTJf $200 had been offered .for bmith- The Commission' appointed by the "Probate' Court to "decide whether Rod ney shall have a separate school district jaoosUts of Messrs Daniel Mauck, H. C. IPtday anrf Walter TbornUr, They will hold their teutons at Ifcjdney, Dr. J. G. Hall has located in Bitter burgh, his wife leaving lat week to jeln.biia at that place. a a to In Is be in . Locals. Hon . tt. S.-Nel was in the city, Mon day and Tuesday, in attendance upon the District Court. Mr. Neal is one of tbe most laborious and industrious mem bers of the present Congress. Mr. Aaron Davis, of Perry township. has been recording the preferences of bis neighbors on the Presidential ques tion. This isiho result so far as he has gone: Sherman 23, Blaine 4, Grant 1 Remember the Fireman's Ball Friday evening next. The boys are proud of their new uniforms and they don't wish to have this satisfaction destroyed by th,e Incnbus of debt. Many tickets have been sold on the streets, and from the general outlook there will be a grand time. Tickets only CO cts.. Buy one whether you want to dance or not. Messrs. Jackson, the famous tobacco manufacturers, have called a brand of tobacco "BealPs Own," after Mr. A. G Bcall, salesman for AUemong.Uaer & Co. Mr. Jas. M. Neal will return from. Boston, May 1st. He wishes it stated that he will resume his, classes in vocal and instrumental music. Hon. J. J. Burns, State School Com missioner, will be present at the grail u tion exercises bt the Galllpolls High School. Mr. Harry Frank left for the City, Monday morning, to bring bis daughter. Mrs. Wm. Sutton and child to our city. The graduates of the High School for the past two years will, meet at the res idence of Jno. Dages on Friday night to reorganize the old Alumni. Dr. J. C. Bathburn Is covalesclng, be ing able to sit up. Mr. Jno. B. McCormlck is able to sit up. " The measles have spread through the city until no quarter of the town is free from them. Pneumonia, our visitor of last winter, has come again also. A child of Mr. Flerbaugh, living on the Langley farm", died last' week of the measles. Dr. II. H. Menager is off for a trip to New Orleans for his health. Mr. and .Mrs. S. Silverman took In the Queen City last week.' A cold north wind struck us Sunday accompanied by a slight fall of snow. That admonishes the fruit not to be in a rush. Messrs. George and William Beall were In the city tills week. Something, moro than mere business brings George down from Parkersburg. Three converts to baptism tried the chilling waters of the Ohio Sunday un der the ministrations of Rev. Lyon. Mr. Jno. C. Vanden commenced ap praising the real estate In the city on Friday. He has a big job before him. Mr. H. J. Shepard i3 at work in the township at the same business. Some inmates of the Infirmary, drove colt belonging to Ed. Froideveux oyer bank near the Infirmary Farm, last week, injuring It fatally. Mr. Joe. Stafford, our star. Auditor, entertained the newly elected Asicssors, Saturday, handsomely. They received books, blanks and thanks. Mr. R. S. Waddell, as assignee of Tal- bott & Co., paid a dividend of 12 per cent, to creditors, last weok. There will be another dividend of 5 or G per cent, to pay. Tho health ot Mr. E. S. Bradbury, we are pleased to state. Is materially Im proving. Hutchinson & Baldridge, Emshelmer, Brandyberry .and the Ecker House are out with new signs. One would think all the real estate hereabouts wasgoingeast, Judging from the way dirt Hew 'round Saturday. Galllpolls dust only finds Its rival in Pittsburgh soot. Dr. F. S. Phillips is off on a business trip into the mountain fastnesses of West Va. The broken striking part of the town clock has been sent toThomaston, Conn., have a new part made from. The clock will be fixed and striking again a few days. Hurry it along; we don't know when to turn o'nlghts now. The town folk devote' Sunday after noons to going up to see how the R.'R. progressing". We placed ourselves under the deft fingers of J. W. Smith, the barber, last week. John' has a sea-foam sham poo' famous for Its cleansing propensi ties and we found it fully equal to Its reputation. John Allen, the "wicked est roan In New York," has said that a shampoo was tho most potent cure of headache, ennui and big head. Mr. Jonas W. Smith brought a curi osity from the mountains last week and presented It to Mr. Louis Baer. It is a small block of poplar bearing the per fect imprint of i bear's foot, and was cut out of the heart of the tree. Messrs. Samuel Roberts & Co. have cleared the old Bray brick yard and placed two -patent brick machines thereon. Mr. Roberts left for Cincin nati Saturday to purchase an engine to used in connection with the ma chines. It is Jheir intention to make fire and pressed brick In addition to common brick,' clay for. the fire brick being found .tflong the line of : the rail road. Enos, ITIll.tr Co. will put the-machinery In the new Humming Bird this week. Edward Owen, an , old citizen of Springfield towHship, died'Tast "week. He was the father a large family. Painting up store fronts is the rage the city. T Clerk, , Auditor, Commissioner and Infirmary Director are to be.electe.d this Fall. Messrs. Guy, Stafford, Cough enour and Watts are out." Mr. C. W. Henklng Is at work putting up his two store rooms, on. Second street, above State, v " " We commence this week the publlca-, tion of the diary of Hon. E. A. Stone's trip west.. It will prove of interest to the readers of the Joxrr.xxi. J. S. Blackaller, Esq., has' been elected a member of the Pomeroy School Board. MUs Susannah Beck, living near town, died Thursday. Rev. Mr. Wilson, of the Presbyterian Church, was absent last Sunday, in attendance upon the Presbytery: - Next Sunday there wlHbejthensuaUservlces, Morning sermon A Devotional Spirit; evening loot's Choice. Hours, 11' a m., and 7 p. m. Mr. Chaa. Semon had Lake. fish pn sale Friday. A patent gate was. on exhibition on second street last' week. Mr. and Mrs. S,M,. Brandyberry. are oown to Cincinnati new goods. Messrs. L, Frank and Wm; Hanson tip-top the the his the of low day of ' of J lor shipped cattle to the Cincinnati market this week, Master Paul Fenner nas secured situation as salesman at 'the dry "goods house of Bell, Miller fc Co., Cincinnati, We are glad to hear this as tho boys from our city are always foremost union p strnner.1?. . "i . 1 ' Fenner -took-photographsof-Jnlla A tr,mt -nr1 nr. w T '-a,, r tt... -"""' " vomuinnuou. Miss. Jiuni paiu our photographer a high. compliment on his work. Go to J. M. Kerr St Co.'s for hard ware drummers. . The last or the mud covered rails of the railroad were hauledAipfrom the wharf Saturday. v - - "- mt i ... . tTlrr'iiJtoes, airs, xienry itiei.oi. vinwn, me inayi who worked the wonderful picture on exhibition-at Pitrat'sJn"tend8bpn to.b work a different subject on a larger scale and thl3. with . her other work will be exhibited at our county fair. More people visitors are registered at to the work there than- 600 Pltrat's as now. Dr. W. S. Newtoahai contracted for; the digging ofa cellar bn Ms newlo: opposite McBrlde's. He is undecided as,tq,the kind of .house to 'build Mrs. .Dr.-O. P. Ingham has gone to at. Louis on buslhesg. Dr., C.. J Wall and H.. n. Jones, Esq., sport palmetto canes from Florida, presents from Mr. J. L. Williams. Mr. Nicholas Sprague is dangerously sick with cerebro-splnal-menlngitls, orarues are in the city-getting up an Ohio River Directory. .Messrs). Gardner, Pepple & Co. are pushing maters on their new West Virginia purchase.. Thirty men are ngaged in cutting ties, staves, etc, Have you 'had the measels? Write to your mother and find out. Mr. George House, the suave Insur ance agent, paid Mrs. Adam Unrig 2000 last week, insurance on her bus- band's life. Mr. M. Mollohan says he has the oiggesc biock oi ury gooas now ne nas Mr. Daniel-Mossman now measures niii on.i-imniiic t tiio riniw tn r , A. San us & Son. Dr. J. M. PItrat of Buffalo, W. Va., was In the city, this week. - Messrs Jonas Smith and David Bald- ridge -ar up in the mountains trout- fishing. Mr. J. n. Well is at Catlettshurg, Ky., settling up railroad matters. The Chesapeake came down on fast time, Monday. This is her first trip on her fast time schedule and she made time, arriving hero at 6 o'clock m. having left Parkersburg in the morning. She will make daily trip; proving a great convenience to travel lers. Mr. M. Jerman has returned from city with goods for his new store. Messrs. Kerr Bros' have a newly painted front. Dr. F. A. Cromley is down taking in sights of the Queen City. Rev. W. T. Bowen is looking for pastorate, having left for Cincinnati on Friday for the purpose of Improving chances. His connection here ter minates, in May. 3tr. W. C. Miller has gone to Cincin nati to purchased a fine buggy horse. Now boys resign yourself to the fact that you will get dust thrown In your eyes. Mr. and Mrs. .To. Hunt returned from Cincinnati Thursday, much Im proved in health. Mr. J. M. Kerr was down among the Irontonfans; last week. Th Philistines descended upon us Monday. J. AY. Bannon and A. T. Holcomb, of Portsmouth, and W. II. Enochs, of Ironton, were searching the city. Mr. Wm. B. Trump leaves for the East this week to make his spring purchases. Mrs. Baughman, of Berryvillc, Va., is in our city for a few days the guest of her father Mr. Wm. Broaius. Tho upper part of the city looks lively. Railroads are the great arteries of prosperity. Mr. Theo.'N. Wilson of the Ledger is making that paper very interesting?1 ' Mr. WT has "handled pencil for some time. , Dr. Harry Sanns will depart this week for Millersport, Lawrence county, O., to begin the practice on Medicine Harry is one of ctue steadiest young men ever, turned out aoctor' shop and our friends be- cafftely. upain hlrn ' . ; he ladies win matte one more effort to clear the music stand of debt. A .ball' and supper isithe pro gramme $1 00 for both. JefE D. Hall was arrested on Fri last charged1 with the burning McIIale's Tjroom .factory in July On Monday he, had a, hearing before A. Vance, J. P., and was bound over to court in tho sum of $100 " .The:flourihg"milliof?Geo..W. Clark will begin grinding' next" Week'regu- Mrs. Fred W. kling js visiting tier sister at Ironton. Mr. J. H. Welker and family, of Ewfngton, left' Tuesday morning for' Nebraska,, where they wjll make .their home. Mr. W. is :a brother of our warm-hearted friend, Mrs. Ira. .W. Booton. ' : Mrs. Hepry Weil, of Vinton, is the Jiappyujnothetuof a boy aged, .two weeks. t 7 Miss Jennie "B. Hall who has been staying at Ironton, Ohio, for the. past year was here on a short visit this week! Lottie the little six. year old daughter of Mr. A. W.'AUemong is lying at the point ot death from lung fever, the physicians having given np all .hopes. Lottie is a beautiful-little 'blonde and is the pet the family. Two.of the-aembers.0tb.eJ3ache- Club earned., admittance to tho Jqlia Hunt Combination, by carry ing the music racks. up stairs. Jfrra 'see'lhey had'no girjs. 54 1 Messrs D. H- .Baldridge and Jonas ISjnlth, who travel 'together -Hii the West Virginia mountains on b8rBe- back, have covered lu tho last tit trips 1975 miles. The time occu pied was 73 days, part of the timo only i miles per day were travelled. borne riding that." ... " Hanulaonrifc Co. will rernova into taheir new quarteravia"-the Langley. I . i ouiirting to nay. Rev. M. D. Vaughn ' was in town Tuesdav. .1 Mrs. Jno. T. Hallidav has been confined to her bed for the past two. weeks. She Udmprbvlng. . The. farmers on the bottoms above here have planted a large amount of EarlrRosc and Peerless are lne Prevaln& 'A; nesr pjtzzlo has come to town It is called the 9 block puzzle, the blocks being arranged in such a man nPr aa to connt 100 nnd chanced to count 1000. A prize is offered for the solution by the American News Co? They- can be found at E. T. Moore's. ' Joshua Whitcorab by the Vincent Comedy Company: The new City- Council - organized Tuesday evening, Dr. Guthrie re-elected President: The.-JJVincent Dramatic Company are booked for Aleshlre Hall April 29th. Rev. M. B. Wilson returned Tuesday from New England, Ohio, where he had been In attendance on the Pres byter. Mr. W. C. Hay ward .is down to, the city. t Latest songs by Eva Vincent. Railroad Affairs. ready for shipment here. They will arrive this week. Two more Loco- motives and a laree number of cars. , nm ,inrfialv. w.t. i. nj :.il " i.s. pasc wees. rorces are as wont at points between here and Vinton, making the road ready for the rails tt will consume three weeks or more One Locomotive, twelve cars, and a steam shovel, arc at.Parkersbnrg, to complete this clcanrng.iip. The track has been completed to the gravel hank, and the iron laid, and also laid down the Dufour wharf to the river. The tracklayers are now 'at work on the main line, mov ing rapidly in the direction of Logan. The grading forces here ar&at work on the approaches to .uill Creek, which means off for Pomeroy. Columbus Journal:; The Hocking Valley road is buildkg four parlor cars for the Ohio and West Virginia road. Workmen are preparing the frames for a water tank to bo placed on the Clendinen farm. Mr. G. W. Norris left Friday for Parkersburg' to hurry" along the engine When a short distance above the city the king bolt of the vehicle broke, throwing Mr. N. to. the ground, the force of the fall striking him In the breast. He re turned to thts city and procured another rig and experienced no trouble until lie arrived at Pomeroy. Here while sit ting at the table he fainted and when taken to his room fainted again. As have heard nothing further we presume it is not serious. Maj. N. II. notchkiss was in tho city Friday. Ho has out his bills for a grand pleasure excursion to Richmond, over the C. & O. R. R. The train will leave Huntington May a, at 10 a. m. Tickets, for-the round frip, gootl for ten days, have been placed at the nominal amount.of $3 00. This road, as is well known, passes through a country offer ing to the eye a panorama of the grand est sceuery on earth, and In May it will be decked In its brightest colors. The excursion will be In charge of the Major himself, a sure guaranty of safty and comfort. Make ready to go, for you may not have another such liberal offer for years. Fatal Accident. Mr. Samuel R. McMlllin, living in Huntington township, about two miles west of Vinton, accidentally shot his wife, Tuesday morning, kill ing her instantly. Mr. McMillin was .fixing his gun, n rifle, to shoot some blue birds that were fighting the martins from their box. While hold ing the gun it went off, the bullet entering the brain of his wife just behind tho ear. Mrs. McMillin was an excellent woman, and the mother of a large family. Everybody is in S3mpathy with Mr. McMillin over his great misfortune. Tbe Journal extends its tenderest sympathies; 1 9 n -A tenant iiotiso on the farm of Mr.. J. V. Pprter,,in Harrison , township, occupicd-by Wm. Moodespaugli and family, was burned on Monday. While Mrs. M. was' out of the house gust of wind blew the fire out of the fire" place upon a bed. When she returned the house was so" full of smoke she could got nbthing out, nnd the contents of the building wcro burnedJ o insurance. Zlr. Beman, April 0th, presented pe titions as follows: -John C Morgan and 73 .other citizens of Gallia. County; Mrs. Dr. H. A. Glllett and 234 other cit izens of Gallia County; both in favor of -Local Option. - Kollof Jferlt of Tourth Grade: Ed ward Stafford, Garnet W llllamson,'Burtt Fuller, Nellie Billings, Lulu Beall, Uar-ry-Zehring.-Joines Priestly, Morris Bla zer. Charles Cheney,-Anna Stewart, Lo ta White. EMMA MCCLURG, Teacher. Saturday morning the House of B. T. Harpold, of Hartford City, nearly, all its contents. Insured in the Con'tiaentalifof HWi . ' J. !E. Robisson rAgent 'for Jtbe Cincinnati Dally ' and Weekly Ea-t quircr, at P. .A. Sarins it Son'tfDrug Store,iWhere all eubscripVioas mj be ,left Papeja delivered . any where in the. city at the rate of six fori twenty-five cents. ' i Harmison's Grand Oneniiur Inf their Elegant NEW ROOM, in tbe JLansley build- ing, on second street, APRIL 15TH. A Stock uuequaled for Quantity, Quality, or Chean- ness will arrive for the occasion. We will inaugurate the Spring Campaign in occunv- ing the largest and handsomest Store Room in Cralli polis, by offering the people the Most attractive line of Goods ever displayed in the City, at prices that are a deathblow to efforts to advance prices. -Our ever increasing business has compelled us to vacate our old Quarter; nn Dnnrf street. The New Boom, much the larerpst in th flifv Will ATinlVIct 11B if OYi QT1 r nil rlnimirf ments and to add many others. Make no mistake, but come to the NEW YORK STOEE Langley Building, Second street, Gallipolis. April 8, 1880. A summary or reports of Galllpolls Union School for the week ending April 0th: CENTRAL BUILDING. Enrollment 5S5 Averago dally attendance 517 v-" absence 08 Per cent, of attendance 88 Cases of tardiness , 9 DISTRICT SCHOOLS. Enrollment 130 Average dally attendance 112 " " absence 32 Per ceut. of attendance.... 82 Cases of tardiness .- 14 COLORED SCHOOLS. Enrollment i..... 185 Average daily attendauco 153 " " absence 32 Per cent, of attendance 82 Cases of tardiness..., 8 Ifos. 1, 1, 2. 1H. 5. 7. 8. and 3 f llol- comb school) had no cases of tardiness. i ue- ibllowlinr were the visitors for the week: Air. and Sirs. Wayne Kerns, Mrs. C. Butz, Mrs. C. Simon, Mrs. a. Comstock. Mrs. P. A. Pitman and Mrs. S. Benedict, Bedford, Ohio.- M. E. HARD, Supt. BUSINESS NOTICES I have a Howo Sewing Machine, a wuceier anu wuson sewing Ma chine and a chest of good carpenter tools to trade or sell cheap for cash, 15. HEPLER. Second at, above Public Square. April 8 2w Fillmore has tho largest, beat and finest selection of perfumery of any in town. i For a nice Sett Knives and Forks call on Chase.- April 8, 1880. 3 w "BLACK-DRAUGHT" makes chilla and fever impossible. r sale by KEBK KR03. India Iiilc Work. You can get an 8x10 India Ink Portrait with a nice heavy frame for $3 50 at Fennor'a Gallery, and other work as cheap in proportion . o Fancy Bowls and Pitchers at Chase's. The Novelty Wire Dish- Cloth at Chase's. New Millinery Store in Gallipolis. Hosiery, Corsets, etc., for ladies and children. We have the latest styles just from the city. Our stock is new throughout. Plain and Fancy Sewing done. Call and see uson Second street, above Public Square, Bailey Block. Mrs. UAEGELE, Miss WHERLE; March 25, 1880 4w Spring and Summer Metropolitan Fashion For sale at Hiss Hattie A Andbevts Single oopies 15 ots, by mail 25 cts. Subscriptions received for the Delineator. Feb. 26, 1880. Atail package of "BLACK-DRAUGHT" tree of charge at Forme by KERR BROS. liver Pill contain arsenic :BLACJ DRAUGHT" jmharadwaas teaorcoiicc. for tile, by KERR BROS. POINTS in GHta; Co., Qhitf, ap,d Maiea Cd, aW, Y in'fltjjehasiqg M!f?Ja look for the name OLIVER on the beam. S. Sr. Brandyberry wlll make you & nice fitting suit at a low figure. It you are in need of Stove Re- paira call on Kling & Dagcs and they will fit you out. Hutchinson fc Baldridge is the-on- ly im .that .sell the QEtfOINE OL IVER CHILLED PLOWS and The -nicest and cheapest lme of Hosiery is at 0. M. Fillmore & Co's. Jan. 29, 1880 3m Tho Voltaic Bolt Co., Marsh nil, Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days trial. Speedy cures guaran teed. They mean what they say. Write to them without delay. Nov. 20, 1879 ly Call and see Chase's great variety of New Goods. . For Sale. Saw Dust, Shavings, and Kindling wood, at Furniture Factory. Wo do not deliver them. FULLER, FIUTS1NPILLER dj CO. Jan. 22, 1880. Furs Wanted. Tho highest price paid for Furs and Sheep Pelts, at mv store. F. M. HOLLO WAY. ' Feb. 26,1880. i One dollar's worth' of "BLACK DRAUGHT" will Bave fifty dollar in doctor's bills. For s.tle by KERR BROS. Ferty years' trial lu pro vod "BLACK DRAUGHT" the best liver medicine in the world. For sale by KEBR I1R03. The largest stock of Caps for men, boys and children, anil greatest va riety at Itidenour's. For a good Winter Cap, go Ridcnonr's, Bign of Big Boot to THE OLD HOUSE J. T.WARREN & 64 & 66 W. SECOND ST. CINCINNATI. Foreign and Domestic dried and canned Fruits and Vegetables. Canned, dried and ealt Fish. Pickles, Sauces, Oils and Condi ments. Soup stuffs, Baking: Powders, ground &wholeSpices. Toilet and Laundry Soaps. Seeds, Jellies, Proserves, Fanoy Groceries and Grocers' Sundries. Stock unparalleled in the West, 8END FOR OUR ''GROCERS' MANUAL" Chase & Co. have Bird Ca ges, Bath Tubs, Toilet Setts, and all kinds of Tin Ware at old prices. li DRUGGISTS. p A. T N T -i S?2 2 a 1 r-c a 3 3 irff 3 2 5 Co 3 ".- e Si s s k4 M E I G I N E S 33 33 i o i. S-3. 1- 2,2 o 2 STL"' s e5 58 O 3 325k2S1ow Iff 51s gf a sr H a 9 .s 33 3 a a a 5 a c H E M I C A L S & (x C,ar and 3d streetSt ' rit QALLIPOLIsi OH.IO Feb. 26, 1880. - THE OHIO VALLEY MUTUAL PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, OF GEEENYILLE, OHIO. HOME OFFICE, 119, BROADWAY, GREEiYYIUE, OHIO. This Association offers the following special features: 1st Endowment Insurance without extra cost. 2d Uniform Membership feo of $10 for all ages and amounts. 3d No annual dues nor extra charges whatever. 4th Insurance at actual cost. BENEFITS. Persons between the ages of 10 and Gi years, who have a first-class health record, may receive a certificate of membership as follows: 1C to 33 $4,000. 31 to 45 $3,000. 40 'to o'i $2,500. 50 to G4 $2,000. 16 to 33 $4,000. 34 to 45 $3,000. 40 to 55 $2,500. 50 to G4 $2,000. ENDOWMENT PLAN. Payable at death or expiration of. LIFE PLAN,. Payable at death only. 21 years.. 18 " 15; " ,i2 ; OFFICERS. Judge D. L. MEEKER, President. J. K. RIFFLE. Vica-Presid. F. MYERS, Secretary. M. L. L. BELL, Gen. Supt. JAS. T. MEEKER, Treasurer. We want a good responsible agent in every Township. For particulars, address G. P. CLUTCH, District Agent, Delaware, or Franklin, Ohio, or F. ROSS WILLIAMS. Ae't. March 5, 1880-3m Gallipolis, Ohio. 18 M DECORATIONS. I Tlie greatest display ever opened in this city, embracing every thing in tho WALL PAPER LINE from the cheapest Browns to the most Elaborate Golds. Also a fine assortment of Dado Patterns, w Hs4i wmm am m -oo- Fringe and Scallop Shades of all lengths and colors ready for hantrimr. Something Now in CHILDKEN'S CARRIAGES, Of which we have a Large Stock. Yelocinedes and Boys Wagons in great variety. Cash Buyers will find it greatly to their advantage to call and see our stock before making purchases as we are down to bottom figures. Call and see the boss thing of the age the famous CHILDREN'S SWINGS. C. IIAYWABD March 25, 1380 3m NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mc. CRESDrS CORK SOLVENT. KO CURE NO PAT. Yor tale hjr DruMltU and hhoe Dealers. C. O. Mc. CKEED1', BsllstOD. N.V. PT A "MnO Stool, Cover A Book 9310 to liiil UO $lGUO. OROAUH IS stops, 3 BBHiBM et Benu. J knee well. ttooi. k. oolv i)3, . Illu'trsted Otalotue Free. "AcIJreS. IhihUl F. JStaHu. Wattling. to,X. J. ftWWW A YEAR and expenses to axenU. 94 4 4 ontatrree. AddrenP.O. VICK EUY, AiiRtuta, ITalno. Newspaper Advertising Bareaa, iu sprace si., n, x. April 1, 1880 4w Jfotlee. A OGIE BROWXEn, whose place of jjl. residence is iinKnown, will Hereby take notico that William II. Browner, of tho county of Gallia, and State of Ohio, did on the 37th dar of March. A. D. 1830, file his petition in the office or the Clerk of the Conrt of Common Pleas, within and for said County of uallla and State or unio, cnarging me said Aggie Browner, with -fraudulent contract of marriage with the aid William H. Browner; and witn adul tery- with a man br the name of Slaugh ter and asking that he may bo divorced from the aald Aggie Browner', whloh netltlon will stand forhoarlaa attha nest term or paia uqari, Dated thisi!nay .sf Marehi.A W v...iSfiiJL- iK? n i t,iitAnBitiuwM Jilt. By O. W.mmSfr Attorsey. April 1, 1890-Hw NOTICE. TO ALL PERSONS WHO FEEL THEMSELVES UNABLE TO PAT A Fee that are suffering witk DEAFNESS, Catarrh, Bronchitis, DISEASE of tie LMGS, OR Cancerous Diseases. DK. ALCOKN WILL GIVE THREE HOURS OP HIS services to examine and treat free of charge of each week as follows : Satur day, from 1 to 4 p. m. All persons desirous ot availing themselves of thft offer matt call at the office on the day and hours as above mentioned. X. B. Thl shall not conflict with our regiilar patients or our regular office hour. During the week or on Saturday- our regular office hours are from S to 10 a. ra..S to 4 d. m. Office on 4th street. just above the Union School. All. person writing to us in any caao must enclose two three cent potago stamps, to secure an answer. Address. Gallipolis, Ohio. April 1, 1880. teSC 'JI. Brandyberry keep3 a large :k of tho latest style Hats-la soft and still goods. "