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Deadwood has a population of 4,238. Tho Republicans are booming In In diana. 5: , The Immigration at the principal ports of tlio United States duriug.Jtine was2C3,72C; -JS i. Niagara Tails and -hit. Vcsnvius are now Illuminated "at night- by electric llgbt. A wretch In New England says that more people die there of doughnuts than of iohaeco. The' steamer Dcssonk, with the Egyp tian obelisk on board, Ji'as arrived at Tfew York. The father of Mrs. Tom 1 hnmb, died lately at MIddlcboro, Mass. Ho was of medium stature. Senator Don Cameron Is better, and lias left the White Sulphur Springs for home, where his wife Is ill. Philadelphia boys aro lined $10 for tying a tin pan to a dog's tail, and the fun is not regarded as worlli the cost. An Insane street preacher in Denver, enraged because his hearers were dis respectfnl, drew a knife and killed two of them. All of the Bishops, Judges, and other dignitaries who assisted at the corona tion of Queen Victoria, forty-two years ago, arc dead. Judge Jacob Brinkerhoff died at his home in Mansfield, Monday morning, aged seventy years. Gen. Gro3venor claims to have proof that Hancock voted for Lincoln instead ofMcClclIaniulSCl. Senator Conkling Is going salmon fishing for a week or two of warm weather, and will then enter on active campaign work. Carl Schurz thinks the conservatism of the country will defeat the Demo cratic party this fall. Gen. and Mrs. Grant have nccepted an invitation to visit Gen. and Mrs. Garfield, at.Mcntor; immediately upon, the return of the former from the West. The cable reports an earthquake at Manilla, resulting in the loss of sev eral lives and destruction of the Gov ernment buildings.' -v " I "Adam never had to beat ji carpet," says an exchange. "No, but he" had to beat a retreat in the height of the fruit season, and the act hurt him in the eyes of the world. New Orleans Pic ayune. The New York JSvening Post thinks that under the census of 1830. the Northern States will make a net gain of ion congressmen, ana me southern States will make a net loss of ten . The cable reports a terrible explosion in a tonth Wales colliery, by which one minuted and nineteen" lives are sup posed to be lost. a Wisconsin gin nrokc on lier en gagement bceausu her lover had no romance. .She wanted to he married on stilts and he wouldn't agree. Anybody can play the violin, but It takes years of practice to sq piny that your neighbors can live the lives of con sistent Christians. mere, mat turpi una where my ciouies-nno went to'" exeiaimeu an Iowa woman, as she found her husband hanging in the stable. The King of the Sandwich Islands, Is allowed $0,000 per year for "station ery." Last year he bought! 1,000 wortli of California lager and cigars from the fund, and some of his subjects are mad aoout it. When a female contributor to a monthly magazine speaks of "the most delicious, ticlectame, cntrancm-; anil distracting of all Innocent indulgences," She means a kiss. NASBY. Mr. Nasby Indulges in a Sleep and Dreams---His Horrible Dream. CONFEDERIT X ROADS, CONFEDERIT X ROADS, (wich is in the State By Kentucky.) CONFEDERIT X ROADS, (wich is in the State By Kentucky.) July 10, 1880. In all ages uv the world dreems hav been considered prophetic. Jon l!im- yan yoosed the simllitood uv a dreem to portray ine struggles ana vicissitoous uv a Chrischcn life, and I alluz drccm when any thing especial is agoin to happen to tho Deinocrisy. 1 difler from Bnnyan in this: lie didn't drccm at all, but he writ ez tho he did, while I ac tilly do dream. Last cveniu Bascom give a spred in honor uv the nomlnashen uv ilandcock, mid ez the provender wuz free, and the liker likewise, I bed, for wunst, egg zackly all that my system cood hold, arid my system is trooly a holder. Bein very full, I went to my couch, a troo Dimekratic Btinyaii, to drccm. In ray dreem the Presidential strug gle took the very nateral form uva race. It wuz all regeler, the trnttin out eeeb a boss, the wiiiflin post belli the White House. ' The Democrlsy trotted out their boss, and I felt rnthcr.- pleased on thehulh He come up pranciii' with a free s6rt of step, and dldnT look ez tlio lie hed a blemish. Indeed, he cum up so gamcy that I reely bed faith In his sucksess, tho the other boss bed a winnin look about him, and cum uv a stock that hez bin winln so long thet they hev a no ahen thct they can't be, beet. ' Oar hoss was under the groomin of Senator Wallace, nvPennsylvany, arid be wuz backt by the entire South and Tammany Hall, and also by scatterin polittikle sports from the other States. ".now,,' sen Wallace, "everybody keep away, and don't spoil this race by eny cussed foolishness. I hev llttcil this hoss myself, and if f ride him he's suro to-wln. Keep clear uy him and don't say a word." "Hold on a mlnit," sed a long haired feller from Virginny, "we hev got to hev some assurance to jestlfy us In backin this hoss," and he flung onto his 1 back an enormous sack labelled "Loois- iana administration," and jumped on hisself to hold it in place. "Jest a minlt;" sed a Pennsylvany Dimekrat, -'he must carry this," arid he hove on a package labelled "protective tariff, "-and he climbed-on.- - "He kin never run without tills," sed a Noo Yorker, and be hlstcd up a very heavy sack labelled ''free trade." Another Noo,. Yorker and, a'-Massy-' choosetts man .climbed up, each' with a very heavy package' uv honest, money, and an Injeany man-climbed on, with an immense bundle of flat money. This hed no weight, but it took up great deal of room, and them which kerricd it made a great deal of noise. Jlst afore the start a gang uv .Ku Klux from "Mississippi climoed on, and despite Wade Hampton's cntrestlcs a South Kcrliny Rifle Club scrambled up, and ez if thet wasn't enuff John Kelly , with the entire Tammany Society, de libritly took seats "on his .back-. Then came a gang loaded with "States' Bites," and a Catholic Bishop or two slided into seals jist where they cood hold the reins, and ten or a dozen Confedrlt Brlgadecrs, wich woodent take their uniforms oil", climbed up, and a fnll five hundred Southerners with demands for appropriations hung on to his tale. Senator Wallace remonstrated, but It wuzn't no yoose. Every man uv 'em remarktthat ef thehos-j coodn'r" carry him, wat kind uv a boss wuz it any low, and they all yelled "Start him." Tho word wnz given, tho poor brnte made a convulsive stagger, and imme jltly went down under the load -thet wuz put upon mm. He recovered and managed to keep on his feet until he he. lis nilseeilanonnslr with great effect. The other walked over the" track and .came- In an easy winner. "How could any hoss run so weight ed?" gelled. Wallace, In a rage. "It wood hev borne down GInral AVdsh Ingfbn, let alone slcli a GInral ez ITan ceck. Jt'ir nOi.yooser The. Jiosswuz good enuff, grcafCresar, ithat s load he hedlo Jccrryr" -will ' Whllc the.crowd.was a struggling to git ont from under the eggsausted charger, Lawoke. - Is this drecnf trod? Is Hancock to be loaded witlf.all these weights atore he starts? Is there no way ,urkeepln out uv site what ..we' don't want to becen till after the cleekshnn? L t" 5 i fear not. Wc'arojncitlicres wise est scrpints or, harmless-eJdQves It is a providence agin us. We never yit hed a show for success thct we did uot Im niejitly fool It away. Tho "rndikcls- are forcluinit in our stupidity. They hev lived jonto it for ten years. Ef we only hed sense to run Hancock on his style and military record, and say nothln about anything else, or if we cood keep our votin clement out uv site til eleck shun day, we mite go through. Hut es It is, wc are hopelisly gone up. My hart PETROLEUM V. NASBY. (despondent.) THE GRAND REUNION. The Programme Arranged for the Three Days. The National Reunion in Columbus of soldiers, August-10, 11, and 12, promis es to be an event of the greatest value to the city and deep Interest to all participants. The various committees are laboriously seeking' to perfect nil arrangements in order that. eyery tiling may proceed without let or hindrance. The Executive Committee at a recent meeting agreed upon the following programme, which may naturally re ceive some alteration. Programme: FIRST DAY—TUESDAY, AUGUST 10. Artillery salute Sunrlso 3S guns Reveille ...Bugle and drum corps Reception of Comrades Ex-Soldiers' Association and military companies to be escorted to" their respective headquarters by detachments of the United States troops, local military companies and members of the Frank , lin County ex-SoldIer8And Sailors' Association, Distribution of;Badges by the Iteception Committee and preparations for camp. Afternoon—Two O'Clock. [At the State Fair Grounds] 'Music- ?. . . ,U'S Barrack's Band Vocal Music Ex-Soldiers and Sail ors' Glee Club. Prayer Rey.tWra': ErMbore," Chaplain ex-Soldlerr and- Sailors' Association. Address of Welcome George K. Nash, . President of Association. . "Response Gov. Charles Foster. Music U. S. Barracks Band. Addrcss'The Regular .Army" Col. i Tho'mas M, Anderson. - Vocal Music. ...Ex-Sold!ers and Sail ors' Glee, Club. .Address "The Volunteer!' Gen. W. H. Gibson. " Iusie....-f......Ui S.:Barrac'ks Band. Introduction to distinguished guests. Mtwic. ...... ,...U. S. Barracks JBand Artillery Salute Sundown 13 gnns [At the State Fair Grounds] Evening. Regimental reunions and Association meetings at the camp grounds and at various halls throughput, .the city, general sight seeing, ' social visits, camp tires, etc., etc. During each evening of ihe reunion the city and camp will be brilliantly illuminated by the Brush Electric ;Ltghr, under the management of experienced gen- m-iiiuM, on. oiuiu-y .-inuri, in mi: Ohio State University, and Mr. .W. 1). Brlckcll, of the Columbus Evening Dispatch. At 10 o'clock the signal for taps will he given by one gun by the batterv, when all bands and bugle corjn will Immediately sound the close of (he day's festivities. SECOND DAY—WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11. Artillery salute Sunrise.. 33 guns Reveille Bugle and Drum Corps. negimeniai anu Association Kcumons Afternoon—Two O'clock. Afternoon—Two O'clock. [At the State Fair Grounds. ] Music U. S. Barracks Band, Vocal music Ex-Soldiers and Sail ors' Glen Club. Prayer Rev. Win. E. Moore, Chaplain ex-Soidiers and Sailors Association. Address General Thomas Ewing, of uuio. Music 17: S. Barraoks Band. Address General James II. Steed man, of Ohio. Introduction of distinguished guests. Music U. S. Barracks Band. Evening. Artillery salute Sundown 13 guns Grand and Brilliant Disnlav of fire works, under the Superintendeney of Phil Sager, of Columbus, Ohio. 1 as eleven o-ciock the signal will bo given and tans sounded as oil the , preceding day. THIRD DAY—THURSDAY, AUGUST 12. Artillery salute Sunrise 38 guns 1 reveille Busle and Drum Corns Grand Parade the feature of the oc casion of the veterans of the war, each reglmental organization with Its old ' Battle-Flairs andr Enslsrns nro- ceded by the attenditig'mllltary com--j panics, ami loiioweu uy a- troop of cavalry, aggregating many thousands. Tho procession will form at the camp' ground (luring inc torenoon, anil proceed thence through the principal streets of the'eity passing In review by the President audi his Cabinet, the ollicers of the Regular Army; the Governor of Ohio and ills staff, and the many illustrious visitors In at tendance. Afternoon and. Much of the Nlfirht: Breaking up Camp, Faretvells'Hmne, Sweet Home." ' " Sleeping accommodations' will Wfur nlshcd all comrailcs who cleslreTit' the wimp grounds, in good comfortable tents, for three nights of "the reunldtf, free of-charge;- Good' wholesorae'st'raw win ne placed in the tents, and with a blanket or overcoat, will make a bed eqnai to any a soldleiyiver slept upon. Arrangements have been made for Jitrnisning nil who may desire .to avail themselves of clieap fare good substan tial meals at a cost not to exceed twenty- uve cenis per meat, mis will insure good corafnrtabln hoarding and lodghig mi mo uamji groiums at an aggregate cofsi of not more than seventy-liva cents nor ilfiT. . - 'nnmro.lns .loel.t 1,'. ,.A Mauvuo, nun Vllliac. IV llu lirUJIUalO UTing their wives and famlllcsrshouldiniake arrahgenicnlsfoxJioteUnccoinmodatidus or with aequaliifcinces lu the city for their accommodations or If unac quainted, address a letter of inqTTlry to any member., of the subjoined, com mittee, and your want willtb'e'lmmedl ately attended to.. , v v 'j The eltliens of Colhmbns will see that none, gof away dissatisfied with their hospitality. All' who corao will get such accommodations as thpy desire, and fIiL 4 following tlio directions they receive on "coining to town,"' no trouble or inconvcnlenco will follow. Visiting ..associations" -and organiza--Hons intending to come to the reunion in a bodv, are requested to notify either member of the Committee of Assign-ment-S. rf. Peters. Y. It. Klnncar, or James M. Kllintt or the probahle num ber likely to attend, and be immediately aKsIprnpil thorn Notifications of said assignment will be returned, thus avoiding confusion on arrival in the city. A large number of regimental and veteran associations of the late war have already signified their Intention to hold their ailnual reunions at Colum-, bus, In' August. " All regiments and veteran organizations arc invited to do likewise. A pfettv story cbrae3' from' NantasVret Beach. Miss Hall, a young lady of Hoston.'quarreStt-.Swith her lover' one day last vveek, Sis to spite-hlm went on a fishing excursion wltli a party of young, foks, the, ,lover being- excluded A little way frpra the shortf the boat cansl2ed, and MI33 Hall ,was flumpea Into the-searThe-iyoung man ,'swara SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE For CATARRH 6.000 FEET ABOVE THE SEA. t The following tesUnonltU tie from lliiiit J. O. IIoiworih i Co.. Denrer. Col, lugajtaA Jojn rntltl droMisu. They report uaprecole&tejHy Urge .aUsTind cnlrenil ulitMUoo.-JJoj oUier dlaeua to aluolDglr preTileot la tut region. Tner peik or tns loDoving gcsUemea u uiaag tnelr bejt citUcal : SORELY AFFLICTED. J. O. fluuert CODtnw. COL: OaOemm. Prompted Ur a fellow-feeling lor Uiou fileu4 vltli Csttrrb, I vbU to aid my tealmonr In behair J? SAJ."oIUS BADICAI. CORE FOE CATARKU. I nT beentorclr afflicted wltn tali lautal dueua for roar ycari,ia4hT tried ererT known remedy wltboat avail. sstU I bought a bottle of the abOTa CCBS from yon. which gave me almoit Intrant re lief. It being a couututional ai well u a local remedr. I beflera It to tM all that clalaxa for tc, a Uadleal Cnrs for Catarrh. , Very truly your J. Wit. AUETTYE, Dettver.bci't.sa.ira. Tlth Jealoa, IlllJi t Co. GREATLYAFFUCTED. JJistrt. J. O. Omorth d Co, Driirer: p'Mlms. I fafe Dleasura la recommending SAKFOUDJ BAD1CAL CUKE roit CATAliUH to all who ara affllcteiTwlth thla dtseata.-lwt greatly afflicted wiui 1 1 far a lone tints, and car adit with two hot. me all right, giving ma relief from the nnt doaa. l m rangdiit that thla remedTwlUdoaUthatla claimed for It, and more too. WHulngyouaucceM la l: latroauctlon, I am Terj '"UJjiyh Dearer. Oct. ,ljn. olSmtttiftlioU. TRIED EVERYTHING. ifeurs. J. O. Btmcorth dCo.,Denrr, Col: Get tltmtn, I have mwd 8ASTORD KADICAI CUKE FOB CATABXUJ. and It baa glTen perfect aaUafacUon. I bara tried almotteTerythlng.aad It Is tha only thing that has glren ma reUef.' I therefore take pleaiora la recammendlng lu naa to all afflicted wits Catarrh of any tlnd. and o2er tola aa my tentmony to lu beaenta. v ery inuj , W. S DECKEK JI'UYer, uci. i. REV. J. H. WIGGIN SAYS: One of the best remedies for Catarrh, sty, tha best remedy we have fomid la a lifetime of suffer lag. Is SJlSFOHD-S KAUICAI. CURE. It ts not nnuleasaat to tal:a through tha nostrils, aad thera cornea with each bottle a small glass tuba for uia la Inhalation. It clears tha bead and throat aa thoroughly that, taken each morning on rislag, there are no unpleasant secretions and no disagree, able hacking dnrlag tha entire day. but an unpre cedented clcarnessoi YOlee and respiratory organs. Jits, J. II. Wlggtn, in Darchtstir IMits-i Beacon. Eadfpatkage contains Dr. Eanford's ImprOTed Iaballng Tube, with fall directions for two In aU cases. Prlce.llXO. Koraalo by all Wholesale aad Kctall Drugitlsts and Dealers throughout the United Elates and Canadna. WEEKS ft rOTTEn,Geueral Ageats aad Wholesale) Druggists. Boston, Uaaa. COLLINS1 VOLTAIC PLASTERS Tor Iioeal Pains, Lomeneis, Sorenaga. "Weakness. Numbness ajd Tnflummatioo of tho Lungs, Iitver. Kidneys. Spleen. Bowels, Bladder. Heart, and Muscles. ara equal to an army of doctors and acres of pl&pta and ahrnba. Evan In Paralysis. Epilepay or Fita, and Ueryoui and In voluntary Jduaculax Aotlon, this Plaater, by It allying the JJervoua foreea. ha effected Cures when every other known remedy has failed. ' Price 25 Centa. AmIc for Oollina' Voltalo Tlaater. and insist on having it. Sold by all WhoIa alo and Hetail Drugglata throughout the United Btatea:andCanada. WEEKB & POTTEH, Propriotors. Boston, Mais. Warner's Safe Kidney and Lifer Cure. ' anra uaae. n n r. -fei.tIuioiuulsor the highest order In proof of IhMB statements. JWTor tbe cure of nialuiln. pall tnr nr. ner'aNare DUsbelr Vutr. , twi'or the cure of Itrlclal'a and tlie other diseases, call for Warner's) Hate Kidney MUM WARNER'S SAFE BITTERS. It Is thebett Blood Pnrifler.andatlmtilatia every function to more tiealtnful action, and 11 cureaseroraioua ana otnersidn Ernp. tloua and Diseases, Including Caiacera, VI. uiu. ucucui lu Mil utseasvs cm, sou oiuer som. Oyanepata, WeuUnra or llie Htoraarli. Jonatipattlon. IllxzlnMa. GrnrrmI TMbll. Ily, etc., are cured by the Safe Kilters. It la uueiiuaieu am mi &ppeuzeraua regular ionic. vi nw k3 , inc. am 9MW WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE Quickly elves Beat and Sltwn to theanffferl nr. cures lleadnrhe and.Xessrsilsrla. prevents 1'nll.HllAVIi. nn,. rn,l.,n. n trntlon brougrht on by excessive drinlc. orer work, mental shocks, and other causes. Powerful as It Is to stop-pain and soothe dis turbed Nerves, It neverinjurea the system, whether taken In small or lanre doses. guinea 01 1 wo sizes ; prices, aoc. ana i.ogu WARNER'S SAFE PILLS Are an immediate end acHirn uttmnlnn fnr m Torpid Uw. and care CostlYutt u. Dr.MpiU, BU , SlUou Dltr aad Af. and aboald be used whenever lbs bowels do not one run freely end regularly. S tWr mil Tcaiilra tiek nul mm for tkoranca mrk, Prtr (5 el, a bsb Wmrmti' Bib Kaw4iM ar Mid by DrBSfkto h HtXtr la HmIcIm artrjTMBvrte H. H.Warner & Co., Prosrletara, E00HE3TEB. " T. ' , CTSoa far aaital.t t4 T1Im,i1iU. a 'Jan:29,'1880 ly Children FOR Pitcher's rA' i' L - & Mothers like, and Phy sloiani . IT IS NOT NARCOTIC. 015XTAUB DTNIMENTS i'tlie ! Workrs .great .aiu-Itclievinff 'remedies They lieali's'ootJio and eureBiirns,otndsiWcak-Baek and-illlieuiiiiitisni't upon-l Mau, and Sprains, Galls, and Lame ness upon Beasts. Cheats, quick and Tolinble. SPURTS or dlsguaUae Mucus, Snuffles, CraoiliiiE Pains In the Head, JPctid. Breath, DeaJEaesa, and any Catarrhal Complaint, con he ex terminated by "Wei Do Meyer'a Catarrh Cure, a Constitutional An tidote hy Absorption. The most Im portant Discovery alnco Vaccination - . . Jan. 2!), 1880. cowl y G."HI6GINS, the Fourth Ward Papei: Hanger, Carpenter. Joiner, and General ..Contractor. Thoic wishing, wprkdone. inthkt line will do well togiYjB)iinV'a call. Residence, on East side of PoQrtH St., 5th door above railroad. June 17, 18802111, son CRT Wm Old Reliable STILL LEADS, m Which an early purchase of an immense stock of Boots, Wc never had so large a stock we were never able to offer our menus gootl Uoous at so near the present Our stock of 8000 Men's, Roys', facturers at '9 and' will be sold at much below the if Wc invite all to come and examine our stock and satisfy themselves and HATS fs afcThe Old iKeliable.l - : rs m April 1, 1880. 11 mm Invite all to call and secure the :r, Gr .A. i isr s Shoes Enables us to offer. of BOOTS and SHOES aa now; wo and Child's Wool and Fur Hats were OLD PRICES present market prices. JOHN DAGES & CO. & Hats never had so great a variety aa now, prices of manufacture as now; no, never. bought the 1st of Jan'y of .the manu that the place to btry BOOTS, SHOES McK.M.A.SPRAGUE, CONTRACTOR AND BDILBER. t, JOBBING IN ALL KINDS OF Bfict fort ani Masonry. GRATES AND MANTLES SET Otf SHOUT NOTICE. 1 ' - jpEast side of Second street, two doors above Public" Square. Jan. 8, 1880 lv For Sale. rTMIE nronerty known aa Homr Hotki.. ;JLKCentrevIlle, O., is offered for sale on jreasonauie terms, iiouse contains 12; .rooms, cellar,- and well of good .waters Has; good run of custom. For further Information apply to or address O.W. WU.MAMS, or O. W.MILLER, Jackson, Oliio. July 8, lBS03w Lawson I Bell, Dealers in WHEAT, FLOUR, Mill Feed, Corn, &c, "Buckeye Mills," State Street, near Fourth, GALLIPOLIS, O. Cash paid, for Wheat! July 3, 1879, Isook nt the Prices OF WATCHES and JEWELEY AT SHOBER'S. Geiiuine Elgin JVatchcs.'in .Bolfd Silver Gases, for $10 00! 3 Nickle' plated American Watches for $7 50. Clocks from $1 50 up. Solid 18 kr. Gold Rings. Ladies Gold Chains.,, Ladies Gold Watches ofJiuropean. and American Designs, Solid Sjlver Spoons. Silver Plated Knives; Spoons, Forks, Cake Stands, iiulter Uislies, Napkin Kinss, and general assoitmentpf. Jewelry.. Call at SHOBER'S. WtM W nawjues lunaircu at reasonauie Pruit and Garden Farin4for Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale hla Tarm In Springfield township. It U situated six miles from Gallinolls. on the line of the O. & Y. Va. Jt. Jt., ant contains 40 acres. Good building", and about uOO.piItJrees on it. Apply lo . - - WKCIIEItHOLT. Piijc Orove, Oblo, or to.T. P. TrwJn.-jQallijKtlis. Ohio. July 15, 1850-Om harm For Sale, y WISH to sell mv Knrm lvlno- In Iliiiitincton tn.. near Ewiiicton. containing from 1U0 to, 200 acr&s, and Known as uiejonn.nl. uiierlustou farm. I expect to sell it for less thnn It Is .worth ,,and,wllLelLit.to a. good, person In payments 011 ri years time.. Anyone niniiiiiK 11 iiiiiciiase ran nnniv tn vner- son or by letter, to ine at Tburman P. U.f ualiia co., Oliio. L. M. BKMAN. Sept. 20, 1878. DM-I-N-TIJaEr- Ssiifl for flstaefl im List. WE HAVE on hand the best and largest stock we. have ever had, from 2 to 9 inches. For further. information rri(e to Whoelorsbnt-g Uratn Tilo Co., ' Wheelersburg, Scioto County, Ohio. March 5, 1879. W- M. Rideapur Dealer in -1 jtU. BOOTSftSKOESrEaWifoi Court St., Gallipolis, 0 The best Stock? and tlie owest pricesi of any hoiise mtown. All new. " 4 Call and see." -AdtU 17, 1879. ' Order of Sale in Partition. John R Canterbury vs. Francis L. Nolter et als. PURSUANT to tbe command or an onlero sale from the Court of Common Pleas of Gallia county, Ohio, anil by virtue of said writ, I will j offer for sale at public auction at the front itoor or ine uourt iiou-.e in tue uuy or uampons, in saiil county and State of Ohio, on Saturday, the 21st day of August, A. D. 1880, at one o'clock p. in. oi said day, tbe following described lands and tenements, situate lu the county or (JalUa, and State of Ohio. to. wit:-The west ball of tbe south-west quarter of Section No. 3I,ot Township Mo. 4, in Itanfre No.. IS, in the Oblo Company's Purchase, containing eigtbty acres more or leu. Appraised at 390 (JO. Terms of sale -one-third in hand, one-third in oue year, anil one-third In two years, with slxperrentintereston deferred paymenH. nifen unacr my nanu this July Uth A. I. ISA). C. B. BLAKE, Sheriff Gallia County, Ohio. July 15, 1880 5 w Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate OiV VEND! EXPONAS. James A. JfcNally vs. William II. G rover. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, ss, Court of Common Pleas TjimsUANT to the command of a writ or X Venditioni Exponas Issued and directed to me from the Court or Common l'leas or Ualiia county, Ohio, I will offer lor sate at public auc tion, at the Irontdoorof theCourLllouse.liilhe city or tialllpolis.on Monday, August 23d, A. D. 1880, at tbe hour of one o'clock p. m. of said day, tbe 101 lowing ianm ami tenements, 10-wit: ltl. In llllMliiM.T..Wnhlli .3lllu f....l Ohio, and hounded a follows: lleginningat the north-west corner of Section No. eleven (11). In Township five (B), Ilange fourteen (14), in the Ohio Company's Purchase; thence east twenty, four (21) chain; and eighty ;80), links to a stono In the (laltipolli and Athens road, being the south-east corner or Litems isinzham'3 land tbence south thirty-live degrees west along said roail nrteen as) chains to a stake In said road thence south eight degrees west flre(&) chains and thirteen (i:i) links to a stoue in tbe road Irora which a locust tree ten (10) Inches In di ameter bears south eleven and a half degrees east ninety-eight (OS) links; tbencs south twenty degrees west loiirwcnains ana iony (W; Unas to a stake in said road: thence along said road south twenty-ono degrees west two chains and eigniy-seven (tsij nuns; ineuce nortn eigntyr eigbtand one-fourth decrees west thirteen (IV chains anil sixty (GO) links to a stake on the Sec lion line; tuence norm on saiu necuon line twenty-three (23) chains and ninety-nine (99) Unas lu uic 'ia ui I'CgllllllllK. KUIliaiulll lorty-tbree (41) acres more or lets, together wit all tbe privileges and appurtenances to tbe same uv longing. Appraised at 0110 thousand and seventy-five ,u..l. ,VW To be sold as the nronertr of William II Oroverat the suit or James A, Mc.S'ally., Terms or sale Cash at time of sale. Uiven under my hand, at (lallipolis, Ohio, this niiiay ui .1 uiy, a. li. icoo. O. B. BLAKE, Sheriff Qalllfli County. O. By D.-S. TnoBniDQE, Deputy White & Holoomb, Att'ys. July 22, 1830-Cw Ecker House. This Hotel lias been RE FITTED AND RE-FURNISH ED, and is NOW OPEN for the accom modation of tbe TRAVELLING PUBLIC. A good meal and a clean bed obtained licro just as reasonable as anywhere. I First-class Stable accommodations. ; Be sure of the place, ECKER HOUSE, opposite Court House, Gallipolis. MRS. JOS. CRONINGER, Proprietress. Feb. 19. 1S80. Real Estate for Sale. Rare Chance! VWING to tho continued 111 health of Vf myself and the death of my son I have concluded to sell mv Farm and Mill Property in Addison townsliln. Gallia Co., O. The farm contains about 75 acres of first class land in good repair, and In a good state 01 cultivation, all of it bottom land, except about 20 acrfcs. Tlie Farm Buildings consist of three Frame dwellings, one store House, one Barn and all necessary Outbuildings. The Mill Buildings consist of one large,.. wo story unsc mm, wun two run 01 stone, anu one irame saw Mill, all in good re pair and running order. For particu lars address or apply to me at Bulaville P. O., Gallia Co., O., or to A. W. Kerns, at. uaiuspons, u. JACOB KERNS .Tnne.17, 18S0 Sw WOOL. T IIAVE establUhed myself at the JL store or J. J. Cadot, Public Square. Gallipolis, Ohio, and will be prepared MEDIUM GRABES OF WOOL; for wliich I will pay the his'est market price a..ri uau. CARDING AND SPINNING. I will receive tub washed wool lor Cardine or SninnftiEr and will keen con stintly on' i. hand Mingle' 'and' Doobla Yarns for Exchanae." All"Ciistom Work done promptly at the Middlepbrt Woolen MIHb, and no extra charges for frelghtfl. Jay 20, 1830 3ra J l IV A. T. A. I at In and No. G74. THIRD ORDER OF SALE. Sheriff's Sale of Eeal Estate. Eric Tucker, guardian, vs. George W. Smith. TOUftSUANT to the command of an order of X sale from the Court or Common i'leas of Ual lla county. Ohio, and by virtue or said writ. I will offer forsale at public miction, ntthe front dooroftne Court House, In the city of UallipoIU. Ill 5am uama cviimj aim ouaic ui vmmm,uii Satnrda', the 21st day of August, A. U. 1880, at one o'clock p.m. of said day the following described lands ami tenements, situate In the county of (lullia. and State of Ohio, to-wlt: i-ni 1. ueginning at a stone ten mains east of the north wet comer or Section No. 13, limn 1, 1. 111 uuu uuuiiiiy i iirriiasc; thence south 3 chains to the line of Tnomas AX- ford; thenro with said line .4&ieg e. unechain and M links; thence s. 41V dr. e. 5 chains and IS links; thence s..1?. ieg. e. 0 chaius to the nubile road; thence with tbe middle or said road s. &l deg. p. 1 chain and 71 links; thencn s. 41 K deu.e.3 rbalnsandSl links to thceanilue oi the n. w. quarter or the n. w.iimrter or said Section H; thence north on said line 17 chains to the Section -line: tbence west about 11 chains to tbe place or i-ginninnoutainingii acres, mora or Idas. Almrmscd nt 12ll IS). Lota-neginnlnfrat the north east corner iue west nan oi me soiun-easi quarter oi ine north-west quarter or said Section IS; thence west about 5 chains to the corner or Allen Purkctts land; thence south 3'J.',' dej wen 11 cnains anuu iiuls io tne soiin-i-asi corner or sain Alien rucceits mmi; tuence soutn eleven chains inoroor less to thu south line or the n. w. quarter or said -See lion Xo. 13; tbence cast to s. e. corner oi said went ball or said k p. quar ter; tbence north to tbe place or 1e)(innloK,i'.on. lainin? twenty acres, more or less, .ppraiseu at 230 (XI. I At 3 Situate in said county and State, Town uuu finuxc in-vviiiiiie wirsi. nan ui inc !.uiitu east quarter or the north-east nuarter or said Section So. IS, containing 21 r acres. Appraised atfStH Ixit4 Beginning at the south. wet rnrneror me n. w. quarter oi necuon mo. i, i: it. is. Ohio Company's 'urcba.se: tbence east 13 chains I ami iAiiinas loiue lann in .i.'i. nmiins; menco I nortn 10 chains and ou links to, a corner; thence east IS chains and TO links to a corner near. I. T. Smiths store: thence n. Sdcir. w.a chains and 75 lints tnamrncrin the road near .I.T.Siniths warehouse; tbence wet31 rhaius and S5 links to the ii. w. corner or the a. w. quarter or then, v. nuarter or said Section No. 7: tbence south M chain and 25 links' to the place or M-Kinnintr. containing acres more or less. Appraised at f!43l ui. . Also, the following described premises, situate in sam county oi uania ami stale oi unio, to-wlt:; I-ot marked A. liexinnluir at the north-east corner or fraction No: :il In TownsbIt4, Range 15, in the Ohio (iimp.mj's I'lirrbasui thenro north 7 chains and 23 links: thence west 11 chains'; tbence south 7 chains and links to the line lietween t ractions No. .11 and Ji,: tliencu eavt ii coains 10 me place oi ueginning, con taining 8 acres more or Ies, ami. lying fn the couth-west part or said fraction No. 3Q. Ap praised at uu. I.otlS. lieginningatthe nnrth-exst corner of rracnon tio. ji. 'ixjwnsnin 4. uauirc ia. in tue Ohio Company's l"iirch-.e; thence west lb chains and uuv links to Isaac Hewitt's land: thence south IK chains tij a corner or said DiiwItlM and: thence south 70' decrees west 9 chains and 75 links; thence south H'i degteos east 1(1 chains and '90 links to thu Ninth line or said fractional; thence east 26 chains and Si links to tlie south-east comer ol said fraction; thence nortn aa cnainsami 14 links totncDiacc oi be ginning, containing 72 acres. Appraised at J I. KI. , i.ot c nee Inninir at the north-east corner or rrartion No. 23, Township No. 4. Uunge No. u, in tne uuio uomninys rurcnase: south !t chains and 0 links tn a stake; thence west 14 chains: thence north 22.' ; degrees weft 1U chains and 2T links to the nortn line or said fraction Xo. 23: thenro cast 18 chains and CO links to, tbe place or beglnning,containinz IS aci-erf. Appraised at f-'lii nu. 1M 1. Jteginnlng at tbe south-east corner oi iraciion no. in Township no. 4, Itange .No. 15. In the Ohio Company' I'lircllase; thcuco wesi7icnainsauu iincsio a stake in tlio roaa on the south line or said Fraction No.25; thence north 13 dezrecs west three chains and Eo 1 inksr tbenco north 4R,1; degrees , cast 19 chains and SO links: tuence north 45 ncxrees cast 2 chains and SKI links; thence, north 1! degrees west 3 chains and GO links: thence north 19 desrrcc? west 3 cnainsnnu sunnni to a stase; tnence east n chains to the east line or said fraction! thence south 24 chains1 and GO links to ufaee or bezln. ning, containing S3 acres ami Si hundredths or au acre. Aiipraiteii at n;ra iv. J.ot.1. The north-east nuarter or tbe north east quarter or Section No. 13, Township .Vo.4 itange u. in tne umo company's i-nrcua?. con talning 40 acres more or less. Appraised at 530 00. I.otK. Tbe south-west quarter ortbe,north. east quarter oi .'wcuou xso. i:i. xowusuip no.s, Uange No.I5 in the Oufij Company's l'urchsse, contalnning 40 acres more or less, i nn raised 4mi w. lj)t J. The east half of the south-east quar m ter or tue norm-west nuarter oi recnon ? Townshin No. 4. I tan ire 15. In the Ohio iianys rurcnae., containing zu acres more ess. Appraisen ac sztu uu. he. aliove dcscrilml tracts or land will lie I offi-'red icparau-Iy as apiiraUrd and adrcitlseil. I or a wore definite docrintloii see plat or said l.n.'j nn nta a. MDj ("T.... ust.l .!.. ...(. I... I .11 I.i Ufh I n.nnla CtiHA(.A I Tu'be'sold as the nronertr or Geo. W. H mi 111 ai. tue suiioi r-rie i'licaer, Kiiaruian. Terms ot sale Caili In'kand at lime or sale tilTen under my hand tliK lltti day or July. IF. laou C. B. BLAKR, Sheriff Gallia Co., O. White & Holeomb, Att'ys for ITff. July C, 1SS0 5w ' Execution No. 188. SECOND, ORDER OF SALE. Sheriff's Sale of Eeal Estate. Ex. Vol. 11, yanc 137. S. & II. N. Ford vs. Taylor Hampton et. cl. TJintStlANT'to the command ftran order or sale, rroin the Court or Common 1'Ieaa ori iiauia Liinir, iiniu, ami uy virtue oi ham nnt, 1 will offer for sate at unblie auction, at the I front, door at the Onurt House. In tbe Citr otl liaiiipoiis, in sam county ami aiaie oi unio, ou Saturtld', the 21st day ol August, A. V. 1S8U,- one. ovlock n. ra. or said day. tlift rollowlnar described, lands anJ tenements, situate In tbe county or Ualiia and State or Ohio, to-wlt: The undivided one-liair or the rotlowlngr Douncioi premises: uegiuuinK a' me goutif weslerlTcorneror Fourth andSveamore atrecta: thence, unsaid fourth street atonir Clendlnon's lue w iwc niui mo uuiui'nmcii; curlier I uendinen'ilni to'sff.6 Ayert''o'rtiSwJst corner; tnence soum-westerly along bjiu Ayera I to Hvcainore street: thence weaterlv Alnn I 'street' to the ltlaco'or beginning'; situate 1 tbetownjbiu or Ualllnolls.counir oriMliin State or oblo. with the aiiuurtenances. I Appraiseit at i-vxai uu. To bo. Mia, as. the property or Taylor v. Hamntorr eK als lenns oi sale uasn in hand at time or sale. Qiren under my band this July 12th. 1BS0. ' - C, U. BIjAKE, ShcrilT Gallia Co., Ohio. July 15,1830 5w- 15 lbs., Prunes for .fl.OO tdviej tr ' Pitrat fe Co's. I 1 or ly . K. I TIiHIcnKIiiiikt. For Bargains in Wall Paper, TTiiulbW Cnrfa.na.and Fixture, Frames. Chromos. Sratimterv fiinnnpf.A-rnli- erytBird Gages&c, ... CT "TZD rr Will bo NEW 300K STOEE, Neal's Old Stand, Gallipolis, Ohio. LARGE STUCK! GOOD Gall at once and get Special Prices on above Goods. THE NEW DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, "Warranted to be The Best in the market, sold here as lovras an3' other good machine. Call and see it work ing and what it can do, . , 0 1O0 NEW BOOK STORE. .. July S. 18S0. FUENITTJEE CHEAP FOR CASH. BETAir. DEPARTMENT OF FULLER, HUTSINPILLER & CO. Corner 3d and State "Full Stock of e DESIKABLE JUST VltflBnfvlssHsssCami fH5Bps?Bs3sWB5 SUCH AS Side Boards, Wardrobes, Spring Mattresses, Cotton Top Mattresses, of all kinds, Pillows and Bolsters, all kinds. Bureaus, , Redsteads, Kitchen Safes, Beds Lounges. Camn Chairs. Folding. Rockers, Easy Chairs, Children s Chairs, all kinds. Parlor Suits, Chamber . Suits, Oflice Desks, Ladies Desks, - ' ' iass Hatps for filling fraincs, Fcrforaled Chair seats for reseating chairs. Wc oiler for tlio next sixty days FOUE PARLOR SUITS, NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY SOMETHING CHEAP FOR CASn. Examine this stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. May 13, 1S80- -tf IJiidertakiii I . SIS ti SOUS. GRAPE STREET, NEAR ALESHTRE'S MILL. ETaying purchased a very NEW are prepavea . to attend in. a lirst-class manner to till Orders in town or from the country, entrusted to us. OUR TERMS WILL BE REASONABLE. Particular Attention Given to the Preservation of Bodies We haye a largo assortment of 1 Metalic Cases and Wooden Coffins of all styles constantly on GALLIPOLIS BOOK STORE. W. H. MITCHELL, Successor to S. Y. WASSOW, OLD STAID,. SHEPA8D BUILBINfi, PUBLIC SQUARE, Gattvpolis, Oliio, WOULD call thfr attention nC the keeps constantly on hand the found in thid nectipn, of ISooIcn, Stationery, Music, Ciold Venn, Wall ;Pajer, Window and that in prices, ESPECIALLY IN not do undersold ny any otner dealer. January TJ, 1880. ... - - - - i A TT i Y luminal nf GOODS' LOW PRICES! Sign oi sts., Hayward's block. new and GOODS RECEIVED, Washstands, Extension Tahles. Invalid Chairs, Platform Rockers, Cane and wood seat Chairs, and a Parlor Suit for $34. Book Cases, Looking Glasses, Looking . P ? . . o at cost, FOUR CHAMBER SUITS. elegant HEAESE hand. June 3, '80. public at large to the fact that lie largest and finest assortment, to be Fancy Articles, News. SCHOOL BOOKS, he will postivo 3 DRUGS, &c. EAGLE DEUG STOEE, RATHBUHN DEALERS IN DEUGS; MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS rerfumery ana i I ' ... - . n Brex'Can Horse and Cattle Powders. COURT, STREET, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. TirolT 1H7Q May-13, 10!'. ancy Uoods. Agents for Pacific Tea Company IK 1 .. . , rr..f,i.t..n'u :tr"i?MrMar. u .tho nn. firm that scll thQ GENUINE-.OLt, IVJBB tCHILLED " PLOS. ' and ! POINTS In Gallia. Co.,4 Ohio, anili Co.j W Va. t In purchasing' always' IboE for the name OLIVES 6a the-"beam. I """e ' ."' - -Mason levers of Mackerel will ilhd . i, Cheapest Ncclc wear, Ilosiery ana Perfumery, always at C. Ml FILLMORE it CO'S. "something choice in the Deep Sea at Bovie, Pitrat & Co.