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51 P OS LL t. ' Cg' .fTfe w NASH, Editor. ee r X i ix.tli a '$1 C0 in -A.dLva.xice OIBPOIilS, OHIO, THCBSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1880. Xuiubvr 49 Velame 1 .. CI 111 J oiirnal. iiimnk. I; m, 5& IMpM .11 IB K I ''' I whs: IT OT f ' - F1TT Have" just opened a1 hew' rSTOEE! Articles from in-.farticIesithatiyreiwSrUi Jfive uents, anain iacb nyjjiingovi, wauisuuMmaug ui wrej jTinwae, Ac., ic., CALL AMfrSCEvOUR STOCK, and be convinced that the goods are as jee&ented. DON'T. FORGET JHE PLACE: 5 CENT? STORE- , August 5, 1880 iw J . THOMPSON RHEUMATIC WAR LINIMENT, IS ;THE Greatest Kemedy Imown f or Man or Beast. IT IS THE WONDER OF MEDICAL SCIENCE. Therd is no pretense about it, as thousands of our COUNTY CITIZENS will testily to. It subdues Swellings, alleviates Pain, cures Poisonous Bites and Stings; it heals Burns and Scalds without a Scar, Limbers up Stiff Joints, cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Straightens Bent Limbs, etc., etc. For Horses it has no equal; cures Wounds, Strains, Collar Boils.l Sore Shoulders, Stiff Joints, &c, and is the LARGEST BOTTLE for the price there is on the market, and can be found in any store where Drugs are sold, or will be sent to any address on receipt ol price, 25 cents. S. 'U.THOMPSO'N, Proprietor, Gallipolis, Ohio. July 22, 1880. w -AG-ENT SH OF THE BEMI1MACHM I THE WORLD. The New and Improved Howe. This is the first successful sewing machine ever invented. As made now It embraces all the improvements, contained in others. No expense nor time spared in perfecting it so that it may stand, not only as the - ffirBt born;" but first in rank. The World-renowned The Famous Oscillating "Wonderful in its conception unequalcd in itB capacity, doing one-third more work in a clay than other machines. Elegant In design and ap pearance and perfect in its mechanism. The Genuine , Stewart Machine, With its Marvelous Balance Wheel. A machine of New York manufacture, superior in every respect to the genuine Singer Machine. This willing and never wearying machine never flinches from the most delicate to the heaviest fabric It is claimed that this Is the lightestounning of all machines ever made. The Sigwalt Machine. A New, Improved Machine, with a loose Balance Wheel. There is something very attractive, about this machine, and it is a great favorite wherever introduced, and though new is selling very rapidly, being Bimple in construction and easily managed. It is among the best The Springfield Sewing Machine- THE WONDER OF, THE, WORLD. - . - - - INTJERUTTAQEABLE PARTS. The Springfield is jnade on the interchangeable part system, and in case of accident the injured part'ean be. obtained from the manufacturer or agent at first cost. WARRANTED. Every Machine is warranted perfect n construction. . In case any of the parts prove defective, when the- machine is. used for family purposes, within five years from date ot purchase, the manufacturers will replace such defective parts without charge. This does not apply to needles nor shuttles. The manufacturers invite the must critical examination and the servercst tests, and solicit public favor solely on the intrinsic merits of the SPRINGFIELD SEWING MACHINE. The Dauntless. .A. LIVIIN.G BEAUTY. So pronounced by all who have seen, it. This machine . is' self-threading in shuttle tension and take-up. In mechanism it is simple and harmo nious. It stands without a peer for size, symmetry, beauty of finish, plating, ornamentation and furniture, and thd work it docs in all classes or goods is simply beautiful. jf0FFI0E AT MY ESTALISIIMENT ON COURT ST., GALLIPOLIS 8I6N OF THE BIG BOOT. June 3, 1880-3m. ,1 S I OKI a'hfcaiveiYE1 CENT 5 to 35 ctk! We will offer twe'h"tyive'fOcnfe EaciiW ! JPOit- Improved Wilson Shuttle Machine. WHOLESALE GROCERS. ALLEMOHG, BAER & CO, Succeesors to HEHKING, ALLEMONG & CO Wholesale Grocers AND DEALERS IN Produce and Provisions, GALLIPOLIS, .... OHIO Jan. 2, 1879. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. m (oldbr oil Hirdwra usd Hire en Deilen.- There do eo owning e bone or mule trat whu wlu Boa la TriTTxoT.K. Y, Bole iunuttauttn. ikyynn A YEAH and expenses to agents', fi 4 OntfltFree. Address P. O. VXCK. Kr, AujiisU, Maine. ADVXETISKXS.' tend for onr Select List of Ideal Newspapers. Geo. F. Bowell & Vq 10 8pmot,N.T. rtOly 29.18S0 iw DO YQH WT TO HIDE? We jiave a large assortment, of Carriages, Buggies AND Both of our own make' .and Cincinnati manufacture, which .w.ewill seU at LOW PRICES FOR CASH, notwithstanding the la'te advance In material., Call and see us. J AS. VANDEN & SON. Sept. 18, 1879 tf HOMER C. JONES'. T'.'W. JONES JONES & JONES, yktt6i-noyfii-at-H.a.w, GALLIPOLIS, O. Office Ftormerly occupied by R. S. waadell, on second street. Ju'n,elp,','l880 ly . , ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office at residence; Front "St., above Dnfour House, "GaWipous, Ohio. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BANKING. B , lOALLIPQLIS, OHIO. Cash Capital, 1 OO.OOO. it j ; - ' 5 muiviifUAii Milium i. A. HENKING, ; ' f tr At President jPr.-HALLIDAY , .,! $ WiPrwWgit. r ml rTtJUTirTvrn " Cashier. ... J Ml A.'HkNKiNa maJi : ' tv.'JiiWM. snonxR, J. T. Haijjday, JO. D.. Baiuv, C. W. IlENKi.va. HTDeals In Government and Oalll polls City Bonds. . Makes collections on nUipointa and Issues Drafts on princi pal Cities In the United States and Europe. Banking hours from 9 A. M. to 3 P."M: - BANK, GALLPOLIS. EDWARD PELETOMBE, , President. JOSEPH HUNT, Vice-President. JNO. A. HAMILTON, Cashier. , Capital Stock, - - $100,000. DIRECTORS: Edward Dcletombc, Jno. A. Hamilton, Reuben Aleshire, Jos. Hunt, John Hutsinpiller, J. S. Blackaller. Buys Gold, Silver, ,17. S; CBonds, Cou ons, and Government Securities of all clnds. Bank open from 9 A. M. to 3 1'. W. JNO. A. HAMILTON. Cashier. U M. BBJUN S. U. A.KIXER,. Pres't. Vice.Pre3't. Hi e. dkman. Cashier. , CENTRE VILLE National Bank OP THURMAN, OHIO. ; AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, S100,000. BANK OP CIRCULATION, Dis count and Exchange. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Good paper purchased. Drafts on New York, Cin cinnati and other cities for sale. Banking hours from. 9 to , 12 -and from 1 to"4. DIRECTORS: L. M. Beman, S. 6. JCeller, Tenielia Wood, J. O. Grots, Ji. P. Porter. FURNITURE. AT IS THE PLACE fO BUY FURNITURE OF ALL KINDSj MADE by hand, and of Cincinnati manufacture, the best Furni ture in the market, and at the Slowest PrIee-frrCasli. jTv;keer;the Latest Styles of 1 all kiwis fJFurii'tureJmade by Ufiilled mpchanics; jinfafnot;01d fStyjeGoods mYaebvbovswhblalyireelvoj 50 cents(perS'ayl t tu2 We can selLa full auit.ot Parlor Eurniture for, $35.00. All -Goods warranted as repre sented. Call and see for .yourself before, purchasing elsewhere, 1 . Goods t delivered in City oron boat free of charge., " 1 Do not forget, the place, cornert of Court and Third streets, I -WTm.rTiSyic.'-w 1 1 nJim i nw iwi mm GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Feb. 12, 1880. S. BISHOP & CR Boad Notice. AEETITIONi jwlli tie. presenledrto 1 the'Oouiml'ssloriers'of Gallia Coun ty, at their regular September session, 1880,; pjaj'ng. .for ahej; alteration of a County road as follows : Beginning at a gate In the. oldroal at tha foot of John' Irion hill, on the farm of the late John Irion, in Green township, where the new road now opened and traveled by the public begins; thence to follow said new road to a wal nut tree northwest of E. J. Graham', house; "thence the nearest and best way to Intersect the old road where the said new road now does. Also to vacate as much of the. old road as is supplied by the new, except a gateway for school purposes in District No. 12, and also to extend the SIdcrs road to new road., ' July 29, 1880. 4 w MILLING. R. ALESHIRB & CO DKIUKI.IM Hill Feed. it ftlCU CAD UfUCAT vnon run n ntf EUREKA Bf:I .IiL )5 , GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. , IMPORTANT TO AGENTS. THE J.IFE OP GEN. JAS A, G&RFLELD -person alfriendi-'M A JOR-irNDY. N. Y. Me.il. ltho onru.7llA tnnrhlrh Utor Gen. Gtrfleja.his-KiYen ltrotait!te6tlon or facte. Beaullfully Illustrated, printed and bound. Full lenzth eteel mrtnlt h Hill frnm s plctdro taken expressly for this wort. , ArUve Agents Wanted,' Liberal terms.' Send Sl-00 at once lor.TOmpieieouulc .1 - A. S. BARNES & CO., Ill & 113 Wil Ham, St., New York. July 29, 18S0-4W - MILLING. For the Journal. CHATTANOGA, TENN., July 29, 1880. . Editor Journal: Fully .realizing thB trfifh of the old'ailaSe. "Fools rush in where angels fear to tread," the ivrifpr .npverthplpss shoul'ders the re- sponslbllity that such characters should Incur ly such a proceeding and rushes - 1 1 ' ....1.. inn IIUO prillC. tie inagiiaiuiiniuijf w- opnta th. allow his nroductibns to en gender Among tho readers as much con tempt aim Uisgtlsi as iiiey uiaj; ! disposed toj.egard him with. However, he modestly believes thathecaiiconimu- nu'aio an Item or two of Interest to those' who read. . " . As the new Cincinnati Southern Rail way and the sights and scenes aloug It were the principal object of Interest that attracted the attention of your correspondent, whatwas seen aud heard on the way will occupy the. most space in this letter. Leaving Cincinnati at 3:10 a. ra. Sat urday, and crossing the Ohio River, the train ran through a flue farming coun tryTstopping at various stations of small note, until it reached Lexington, the home of Henry Clay, 79 miles from Cin cinnati. As we were nearln'g the city, thn Ilenrv Clav -monument, as it tow ered above the tall trees of the cemetery. came Into full view. Runnlnc on a distance of 100 miles from Cincinnati, wc caine to the much renounce High Bridge. This bridge sfrptri.es across the Kentucky Rlver,- suspended 280 feet above the water, and Is the next nignesi Dnuge in me wunu. At the place where the bridge crosses the river, moss-bound, rocky precipices, overhung with tho rich-tinted blue grass, confine the river to a canon-like gorge. About 135 miles from Cincinnati we passed through the first tunnel. There are twenty-seven tunnels between Cin cinnati and Chattanooga, so that lamps are kept burlng In the cars most of the afternoon. A little beyond this we hauled un at Norwood. a.Hltle station stuck, in thcuhllls, toj-egalcthe.lnner man by taking twenty minutes ror uin uei. Now, your 'correspondent has never feasted at Delmonlco's, nor par taken of a temping repastattlle 'Grand,' or was' ever -lbst-Ih the enjoyment ol disposing of any of the enticing dishes furnished by any of the first class hotels In G . So It is likely 4tl.at.l1e would not oc over particular auout tue exqms lteness' of tho viands furnished, for de mollshment. Nor does he complain to any great extent on that score. But when that clerk smirked a smile, nod-ded-hls head, extended his greedy paw. and sweetly said "seventy-five cents," thn Indescribable sense of ones being gulled and cheated aud can do nothing to retaliate, ieu.upon, tne writer-mho a bucket of cold'water." Tour correspon dent silently and lol'tlly handed out the money and mentally bid that candidate .for eternity farewell forever. The pleasure ot a cnance acquaint ance with a roving correspondent of the Toledo Blade groltly relieved the sense of loneliness Into which a person traveling alone is apt to fall. We soon began .running through the Coumberland mountains. The road bed lies some distance above, the .base of the hills, but gradually falls In grade until, reaching the Emory valley, It runs but a few feet above the banks of the river. Two hundred and sixteen miles from Cincinnati, the road crosses New ltlver, a tributary of the Cumberland. It runs in a curve across the valley, thus giving afullvlew of the beautiful little river and narrow valley as they lie far below the swiftly moving train. In a "short time, after emerging from another tunnel, the beautiful scenery of Little Emorr River, a branch of the Clinch, conies in pleasing views to the eye! Just as we entered this garden of nature, as yet unmarred by civilization, the sun was shedding his last golden beams over green-clad heights, rock ribbed precipices, clear, glassy pools, and rushing -waterrdaRhlng over rocks audi sparkling in tne uazy iigntoi tne setting sun. It was.scenery worthy ol it poet!s. art,, and your correspondent could not uutexciaini, "Bles3 me!, this Is pleasant, Riding on the rail." Our acnuaintance, the Blade corres pondent, said he considered this scen ery as flue as the palisades of the Hudson. Leaving this valley through another tunnel, we caine out on the' east side of Walden's Ridge, and followed its base "abontseventy nillesFouToFrtve miles from Chattanooga ye crossed the Ten nessee, aniVflnallyTirrlved'at our desti nation at 10:35, taking fourteen hours, lacking five minutes, to make theruii. Our venerable Lieutenant Governor, Andrew Hickenlooper, had his prl- vatecar attaehetK tothe-traln anu came all the way through. It was understood that he was going farther south, jk . t ' - . i - Business in Chattanooga seems to Ue pushing.1 -All the factories are In full blast, and there Is no. excuse for Idle ness. Business in n and travelers pour ed into this town so fast 0116 day lmt one of the leading hotels was compelled to refuse to accept any more guests. Tho city is just commencing to lay .'a system of sewerage to bury all germs of "yellow jack" out of sight. It Is remarkable how the young men occupy so many of the business depart ments of the city. The different busi ness houses are tilled with them. A young man not over twenty-three owns and edits the County Rcbublican paper, the Commercial. Tho Democratic aud Republican nominees for the Legisla ture are both young men, while the aforesaid editor and anothcriyoung man are members 'of the Board of Education. More might be feuld In regard to men coming from the north. The Mayor, a comparatively young man, is from the north. A great' number of the manu facturers, It not the larger part, are northern. Many of the city officials arcfrom"the3nortlif-soHhe towinis"a very northy'cojortqilt. There Is much more "your correspon dent might write, but having written too much already, he must defer It. F. For the Gallipolis Journal. In Memoriam. Nancy Sparks Is dead I Her voice, is no loneer heard in Vinton: and the trees bending over the silvery stream of Kaccoon sneu tears or sorrow, for they miss her from her accustomed haunts. The birds have sung their melancholy lays and are 'no longer glad as they used' to be' when tliey chattered among the trees, for they too miss her. and 'sad Is tKeburdgrradfeMTrbeari upoiTlts oosom to ine-jiseaijiuui. ltlver. Tne grasshopper came and sang, "One good nient caror- over ner' grave, ana tne locusts cast a tew empty shell upon her last-abode as a tribute of respect to one who heeds nothlng'more forever.1'- " The wise -proverb says: "There are remedies for' all thinsrs but death:" so he tobk-Nancy in hi; arms and laid her to re'st beneath the'dover sou wherein IIiia II nip the-'violet anil iThiatr-nitir pnhip and 'sh'dwer their1 bright petals above her' "head. Tho tall ' grass and rank tveeds of forgetfiiln'ess'wlll grow there too and 'briers will spring from-a soil now' moistened with tears. Nancys was'a devout 'woman an Old Maid verging upon forty her hair getting grey and face marred with innnmAPdhl. tt-mthloa Anil nrmrnci. tl6n8'of palV time. 'one 6f Heaven's brightest souls born into the muddy aarKness 01 mis worm or an, wtncii there is now uleuce forever! o, Jjancyi ,iiowv otten. have you answereu as i.ittie ram iiomney nut the old clock when It seemed to ask, "How, ,arp,yoij,my; little, friend?" "weary, weary, very lonely, very sad I" But all is over now. The tramiliii of ititure generations will iiuturo your iPiiosp npvpr mnrr! Tii ITnmliuTii nf itme"maystrii:e anil whole races pass away, nuti you win near it not. Nan.: the K?villniis sav the swelling of -the Nile I 'caused by 'the tears of issus when- sne raournsi for her .hus band Osiris; If all rivers swell from the same cause, what affectionate friends you must have left when you tVent to the. peaceful shores'of Acheron : lor Kaecocn nas been upon some terri ble rampages of later She overflowed her banks Inundated the surrounding country aud made noise enough to awaKen The .Seven Sleepers when she passed over the Oatn, "The play place of your early nays." o, Nan: thou art gone upon a longyoyage! Did Hermes bear you to the Laud of Shades and Chiron ferry you over the Stygian lake? Did King SI I nos greet you In the halls below and tell yon Nancy would be your only name, for he had sparks enough already? " But: Farewell Nancy, we shall never 1 See your name In prlhtf'ibrever! ! liiou art nappy, let us hope so, in, some better land to-dav. Where they do not need a taper When writing for a paper, In that uudiscoved country, very, very OLD BACHELOR. Two Georgia Snake Stroies. We have to record the death of Mr. Marshall Tompkins near Buffiilo Creek. On Saturday afternoon Mr. Tompkins, in company with Air. li. urown, went to the.swamp for the purpose of looking up some hogs and attending to a fish basket. While walking through the edge- of a lagoon, with; bare !feet. Mr. Tompkins was bitten on the Instep by a large moccasin, the rour rangs pene trating a considerable depth, and one of them cuttlne a vein. His com panion at once corded his leztlzhtlv. and endeavored to get him home. He carried him some distance on his back. and then, finding he was unable to proceed further, he hurried to the distance about a mile; and got a muie, anu in tne- course ot an hour after thd wound wits Inflicted trot Mr. Tompkins to Mr. Doollttla's. By this time tno uuiortunato vounz man was suffering from the virus, and swelling nan set in. rnysicians reacneu tne patient about 11 o'clock p. in. All that medical skill could suggeitor sympa thizing friend could do was done, but without avail. The -swelling still in creased, and dark purple spots appeared first on the'auected leg, an l then spread over his bosy. The, pain was Intense, causing loud moan 9 of distress from tho sufferer, and often, violent spells of nausea came over him, attended with fainting symptoms and iudlcatjons df convulsions Mr. Tompkins, retained hl3rnental faculties, notwithstanding his intense' agony, up to half an hour before his death, and for some hours before that he became quiet, and ex pired without a struggle. Sandersville (Ga.)lHerald, July22. -" ' v On Wednesday last as w. urauioru was returning homo from school he ob served a horned snake, which, upon seeing the young man, doubled itself, caught its tail near the horn in Its mouth, and gave chase to him. Having nothing to defend himself with, Brad ford took to his heels, the snake rolling hoop fashion after him. He reached a nine tree and dodzed behind it; the snake coming up,, loosed its mouth hold and strucK around tne irep. urautoru, seeing that the snake understood the situation, started ,011 the run again, the snake promptly following. 'Arriving at another tree, he dodged behind that but the snake tried to strike him around the tree as soon as it arrived. The young man, then thoroughly alarmed, started off again at a tremendous pace, the snake in pursuit, r ear lent specu to his feet, biit 011 looking baek he saw the rolling reptile closing upon hi in. lie ran this time nearly zuu yards, when rlzht In his path was a colled moccasliuwlth hea'd erect,. eyes glisten Ing.fandlLs forked tongue play ing with lightning rapidity from Its open mouth. He was going at such speed that he could not stop, but exerting himself he made a tremendous spring aud jumped high in the nlr and landed about lourteeii leet over tne moccasin, and running a little further on, stopped to see 'whatthe .two .reptiles wpUld do. uc then iquiiu a gooa poie, auvanceu upon the moccasin aud killed it, nut could llnd nothing of the hooped, horned serpent that had chased him so far. Americus (Ga.) Republican, July 00 "Hancock's Fourth of July Letter." From the New York Evening Mail (Rep.) Gen. Hancock's letter of acceptance was evidently written, for the ,4th of July', but was delayed out of- deference to the ghost of the late Mr. TUden. That Tilden has- succeeded in Injecting into it the expression; "it is a vital principle In our system that neither fraud, nor force must bo allowed to sub vert the rights of the'peoplei" Is evi dence that the letter,, remained At Gray? stone over night, with the candidate for wuose election tue spirit 01 ruuen so fondly yearns. No Democrat is known to use the words "fraud" ariiP'force" in this campaign unless the ghost of Til den puts them Into his mouth. In'the absence .of Judge Black, the wisdom of Graystone, .had to, be Invoked for the preparation of the letter, and theTllderi earmarks are unmistakable. Whether the delay until July 29 of a. letter which seems like a section of a '4th of July oration was judlclous Is a matter about which few- besides Gen. Hancock will entertain any doubt. Hancock's Fearlessness. From the New York Tribune (Rep,) The "fearlessness" of Hancock's epis tle is exciting . the, unbounded a dmlra tlon of the bold Democracy. "See how boldly he stands by the constitution I" lie does; and see also how riimbly he leaps oyer the free trade plank, in the platform. The Constitution Is a pretty safe.thlng. to strike outfor; for even the Greenbackers are not opposed to that. There is not a word about financial questions, :nota Word about tariff, hot a woru wnicn couiu Dy tne;most liDerni interpretation, be taken as an Indication of an opinion1 on either of these two leading questions orthe day. Tins may Indicate '(fearlessness," but it looks more like an intellectual drouth, j 'f - p t A Suspicion Confirmed. From the New York Tribune (Rep.) opinion Democratic papers that Hancock's letter' "covers the'Vrhole ground There always was a suspicion that the Democrats had very little ground to cover. BROSIT7S, Sign of the Gold Hand, Public Square, RECEIVES THIS WEEK A LARGE VARIETY OF Dark Prints, Flannels, JEANS, BROWN & BLEACHED MUSLINS, r Will also open several Nos. of their popular .BLACK FRENCH CASHMERES. .. - c. l ' i - By the last of this month we will display to the people ,000 worth of Fkesh New Dry Goods and which will he sold at on hand a few of yard, COME AND August 12, 1880. SIGN OF Have removed to their Wew Building Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, We can more readily and satisfactorily supply the wants of our increasing trade. Our Nevsr Store is well lighted on the darkest days, aud we have had it fixed up with all the modern improvements with a view to the comfort aud accommodation ot our cus tomers. , ... ' The. greater part of our stock was bought early in the season, and we are really sel ling a great many goods as low as we can buy them to-day. Persons in need of any goods lii our line cannot fail to be pleased, as our assortment is large, and contains ail the latest Spring Styles, in both SEI0E3 and EATS. Call and see for yourself. No trouble to snow uooas. une March 25, 1880. the Lowest Market Gallipolis All Wool Jeans at 45c per EXAMINE. S- THE COLD BOOT. S 8 BADGli on the Public Square, Where with an unusually large Stock of price w :iu uuu tua-b pnue Carpets, Kates. We still have BROSIUS. we guuraiueu to ne ineiowesc, druggists; 3-3 -3-3 a-3 " . g r " c H E M I C A L S A T E N T M E D 1-5T3'' 2.3 3 2 o.' jJ Ojo g"03 5 332 p l w m 2 i 3 " ' 7. 7MP- CD 3 to - 23- 3g O Sal 5-asia S "5 Ksl fa I. 25 "A a a w n o f r o I C a32B I '& N E &3-il 3fS, im Si sag S3. S? .H3i c 3 3 -53 S 5 ' 5" Cor. Court and 3d streets, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO: Feb. 2G, 1880, MACHINE WORK. KLINC & DACES Wlsht5form" "airpvEo'inay have anything to do in the Machine Line, that; they are now prepared to do . Allkfaflg ol JMachine'Wdfk, on short notice and at prices tosnlt uTeTimes. ' 'Lovers or Mackerel will Orid something choice in the Deep Sea at Bovie, Fitrat'dfCd. 15 lbs. Prunes oc $1.00 at Bovie, Pltrat fe Co's. ' tf 11862 GEO. HOUSE, 1879 SUCKSSOR to tho Old Established Airiincv of Jt. h. Stewart, Fire, fu- laud, Marino, Life and Accident In surance, juseu. Etna, Hartford, Conn. .. $U,8C3,522 19 Continental, New York.. 3,327,772 00 Insurance Co., North ; - America, Philadelphia, organized 17'Jl C,C52,000 00 Underwriters A gency, New York ,. 3,362,020 00 Queen of Liverpool, Assets InU.S 1,031,70100 Amazoif, Cincinnati...... 005,317 00 Qernian American, New York ,2,471,731 00 British American, Toron- ' to.Canada, U.S. Branch, 671,413 00 Travelers, Life and Acci dent, Hartford, Conn.. 4,oth,-uo uu Niagara, New York 1,329,650 10 Flrcmana Fund, San Fran- cIbco, 701,221 00 Pennsylvania, Philadel phia. 1,853,238 00 ilay 8, 1879 GROCERIES, &C. OHARLBS SBMON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Groceries, conrecuonariei, Proriiionsj &c, COUKTST., BET. SECOND & THIRD, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Respectfully asks the citizens of Gallipo lis to call at his establishment and exam ine his stock of 1 GROGKRIES, Consisting of all articles to be found In a FAMILY GROCERY STORE.; Mv sfnft nf rowFTsrrrroNERIES are large and complete; such as Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, &c. itvlnf nlfnnMnrr tn hllsIllPBa. Selllne at small prqllts, I hope to merit a share of public patronage. , OYSTERS . liv fhn Mn anil half f4n nf t.hft hesfc quality, and.warranted to be fresh.. (JOU.NTHi l l'KUUUCJi or ail icinus wanted, for which the highest market price will be paid. SADDLES AND SADDLERY. ESTABLISHED IN iL S C3 2& Manufacturer and Dealer tn SADDLES, BRIDLES, Harness, Collars, TVagon and Buggy Whips; Lashes of all kinds; TRUNKS AND VALICES, LAP ROBES, DUSTERS, HARNESS OILS, Trace-Chains, Curry-Combs Horse-Brushes. &c. COURT ST., - - GALLIPOLIS, O. ffOTRepalrlng promptly attended to. Prices to suit the times.jgj S. M. Brandy berry, THE COURT STREET AND DEALER IN Furnishing Goods and Hats. April 3, 1879. J. R. Saffokd. T. S. Brown. Hi U, XMllfl! Xl OFHOES, SECOND ST. Aur. 14, 1879. POMEROY COAL. Full supply always on hand. Also, constantly on hand, the best Nut and Slack Coal, the cheapest in the market My raciuiies are suuu ium l ui supply these coals, at any landing, i... ti flnnt. nr harire load, and at prices to accommodate consnmers. Office, at the landing opposite the Dufour House. J. HAMILTON, Agent; May 8, 1879.