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The latest thing In boots Stockings. LcYa man who Is without shins throw tho first stone.- ' if you let a man a loan he will let you alone for a long time. At a spelling match one man spelled "parsnip," and got beet. A post in the ground becomes decade wood at the end of ten years. Upon a modest gravestone In Vinccn nes Cemetery appears the plaintive legend, "His neighbor played the cor net." Customer to proprietor of hat store "What Is tho price of this style, please?" natter "This tile, sir, is worth $4." "BedadI Look at the baste, wld his two toothpicks stickin' outer his month 1" was how the flrt sight of an elephant affected Bridget Muldoon. Some one has asserted that knowl edge 13 equivalent to force; but the aphorism will not hold good at night In a bedroom infested by mosquitoes. The Zulus, in battle, keep working their jaws, for what good nobody ever knew. The same phenomenon some times happens in the American Con gress. A celebrated German chemist, to whom was addressed the question, "What Is man?" promptly replied, "A pinch of phosphorus and a bucketful of water." " The Czar, of Russia is melancholy. And yet we're not surprised. It would make most men feel that way to bo taken for a target thirteen months out of the year. The barber's razor took hold of his beard with a vengence, when he looked un and said, apologetically: ".My dear sir, I caine in to get shaved not to get atootu puueu!" A little elrl. on beinz told some thing which much amused her, ex claimed, emphatically: "I shall remem ber that tho whole of my life,-and when I forget it I will write ICdown." "Ah, Louise, my heart Is very des pondent. JSver since 1 nave gazcii into the depths -of those lovely eyes, I" "flush, John, put an air-brake on that train of thought. 1'a has introduced me to bis new partner, and I am bis for $9,000,000. That settles It." It seems to make no difference how great a man is; he may even bo a Sen ator or a Governor, hut, if his' wife don't like tho way lie is doing, she will tell him of it just as sure as she avohld If he was only a coachman or a'll'sher man. And this is what they call human nature. The donkey is a pretty bird, So gee tin and so wiso; It has a silky little tail "With which to frisk the flies. Upon Its head two ears It bears, So silky, long and solt, That, when its tall can't reach the flies, The ears can whisk thera off. "Can you cure my eyes?" aid a man to Dr. Brown. "Yes," "said the doctor, "It you will follow my prescription." "Oh, certainly, doctor," said tho patient; "I will do anything to havb niy eyes cured. What Is your remedy, doctor?" "You. must steal a horse," said the doc tor, rery soberly. "Steal a horse", doc tor I" said the patient in amazement. "How will that cure my eyes?" "You Will be sent to State prison for live years, where you could not get whisky; and, during your incarceration, your eyes will get well," said the doctor. The patient looked somewhat Incredu lous, but he did not adopt the doctor's remedy. "You play poker, of course," said one gentleman to another, who was shuttling a pack of cards In such a scientific, mau dcr, as to betray an intimate acquaint ance with tho articles. "No, I nover do," was the response. "Indeed," ex claimed the questioner, "I thought ev erybody in Eureka played poker." "I am the solitary exception." "And how is that?" "Well, you see, 1 got into a big game; had an aco full and lost $300; then I held four queens and got-bcat out of $600 more. I then said to my self, 'Old boy, this ain't your game; there's no money In it; you'd better stick to solitaire; it ain't so exciting, but it's safer;' and so I'vo stuck." Tomato Catsup. Take one-half bush el of perfectly ripe tomatoes; wash them clean, and break to piece; then put over. tho Are, and let them corao to a boil; remove from the fire, and when they are sufllclcntly cool to allow your hands In them, rub through a wire sieve; and to what goes through add two teacupfuls of salt; one teaspoonful each of ground alspice and cloves, and one quart of the bost vinegar. Tut on the fire again, and cook for one hour, stirring with great care, to avoid burn ing. Bottle and seal for use. If too thick when used, put In a little vinegar. If the tomatoes wcro very juicy, they may need boiling over an hour. This catsup Is first rate, and will keep any length of time. Something New in Roses. A Hartford young man, says the nart ford Conrant, boarded a horse-car the other day with a bunch of three roses. One was white, one green, and one of a delicate flesh-colored tint. These flowers attracted the attention of the passengers, both ladies and gentlemen. One lady remarked that she had seen the buds of the green rose, and aiiothor said she had seen the rose Itself, but had never seen any so perfect and lovely as this one. The llesh-coiorcd one was also commented on and praised. Finally the young man volunteered the Information that all were white In the morning, and that the coloring Was done by putting the stem of ono Into green ink, and tne other Into red ink". Although the leaves were beautifully colored, the coloring would not ruti off, but it seemed as ir nature had done the work. It only required ten minutes to change the color. y ' Early yesterday morning Mrs. E. A. Guthrie, of 449 West Sixth Street was compelled to call in the police to arrest her husband, Judge Guthrie, thc-well-known lawyer, formerly- of Athens, O., and who was one of Geo. Trice's at torneys in the Vlllie Black murder trial, for drunkenesj. She stated that the Judge's daughter was dying in the house, and that the Judge who had been drunk for two weeks, "made such an uproar that she was afraid it would kill the young lady. The Judge was taken at once before Judge Wilson, whosent him to the City ifospital'for treatment. Death of a Colt of Goldsmith. Maid. Trenton, N. J., Aug. 4. Goldsmith Maid's oldest colt killed herself last night by trying to jump a fence. She fractured her shoulder blade. H. N.' Smith, the owner, refused an offer of $20,000 lor her some time ago. - o . Sorrel .Dan, who has been sold to a Chicago gentleman for $12,000, is an Indiana-bred horse, but he looks more like a thoroughbred than anything else. He is wonderfully speedy, but $12,000 is a good deal of money to pay for a pacer. "We liavo made a reduc tion on Cheap Summer Hate and Bonnets. Call, and see us. 1TAEGELE & WHERLR July 22, 1880. lm The best Hanging Lamp Jn Jthe .market at Bovie, Pitrat & Co. S. M, Brandyberry will make, you a nice fitting euit at arlaw figure; CatarrH Sneezing Catarrh, Chronio Ca tarrh, Ulcerative Catarrh, permanently oured'by' SAN FORD'S ' RADICAL CURE. . GATTOEO'a TUDT04X CTEI 70S C ITAKClfo ftCftft, certain, and permanent care for Citurh of eray form It l . Lna is ue mou peneci remedy ercracTwcu. purely ft rentable distillation, and is applied nc.l .KaMa f.f fVttrv lltifr fir hGAirlimS. CD (traction, diilwsa, or lUzzlncu. Cotutltutlonilljr administered U renoTtto tho. blood, purine Uff the tcld poison with wldeh It U Rlw c?iT?d ,a Catsrruimnltes tho stomach Jlrer.and Wooers, 'perfects ingestion, mates new blood, and pennJU tho formation of sound, healthy tliEue, ana finally' obtains complete control orer the disease Tne remarkable curatlro powers, vhen all otherretne-, dies utterly (all. or Baktoeo rUnicu. Ccire, aro attested by Uionaanda irbosratcrally recommend It to frllov-tolTerera. Ko atatcocst Is made re eardlne it Ui.t cannot be substantiated by tho most respectable and fellatio reference. It Is a mut and eood medicine, and -rortby all confl-Sence.- Each naetaee contana a Train on Ca tarrh and Dr. CanTord ItsptoTIInhnUBTDbo, oca full directions for Its usa la all cooes, frlco tl. An EnthusiastioJriendofSanfbfd's . , OlRadtoa! CureJ i i IIcHattos, Geaitt ft Botox's Tret iso). ManiKK Isaccurcs Aonor. 723 Fine Street, St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 7, 1ST!. ) A- A. McLLirn. Washington 'Av City. Dear Melller : I bavo f or eomo years been tronblciTwltli Catarrh, and fortfcopast two years bare suffered seriously with it. Xotlcin your adTertiscmcnt or &urrocos Itixror (Radical cess), I decided to try it. 1 hare used only two bottles, and as a ranlt I feel so much relieved that 1 presume on onr per sonal relations and trrtto this to yon and ask (hst yontakosomemcasnreAtoectltmoro prominently before tho nubile, that others may bar such roller asjliave. i haro recommended It to quite a cam ber of my friends, all of whom hare expressed to me their high estimate of Us rains and cood effects Vila luciu. essertlon that WW 1 oz. TlaH ins a sample) to ba m tnTenaway.sntJseuassasnyijpuow Trysomo plan. Let tho people hare it : thcyneea It. I bcllCTS I conld sell SOW boUles myself of conrse you conld largely Increase thla nnmber. Why not try it? Yonrs truly. WJ1. 130WEN. Bold by all Wholcsalo and He tall Drnmjtstt and Dealers In JUedlclnc tbro'ijrbout tho United States andCanodas. WEEKS & roTTEK, General Agents and .Wholesale Droggls,Bocton,lIas4. LAME BACK RHEUMATISM CCXESDST flfll I SIIOJ VOLTAIC UULL8I10 PCASTEES' io I was seized with asoTers attack af Knenran tlsmlnmyrlchthlp.totrhlchl'waasubjecu Itrled the rarloQS, liniments and rheumatic cures, 'bus trltnout tne least bcueflt, when ray son. a drngelst, BneeeedonBoryourCoixiss'VoLTAicPlJiSTaB. Tlio tnectttas aimott magical, for. to my grateful sntprlse, I was almost immediately well euralu; and jras able to work: upon my farm as usual, whereas, belore the application or ths Plaster, I could da nothing, and crcry step gare me pain. A fewwecks since, cue. year from tlio flnt altacK, the dlseasa retarnrd,but 1 am happy to cay the second Planter proved as emcaclousas the Orsr.und I am now well. My wlf wishes me to add that ono Plaster has cunul her or a very lame back. Wo think thero U iDothlngln the rorldof remedies that can compara Willi the i Coutxa Voltaio PusTaBafor Ebeuma turn and Lame Back, and cheerfully recommen4 thsm to the inhering. Tonrs rery respectfully, Osxiiro,ilE,June 6,1SW: KOBEItr COTIOX. NOT A QUACK NOSTRUM. Centlemen.l hereby certify that for several yoars past I have UMd the Voltaio Plasties la toj practice-, and have never known them to rail la nSonling speedy relief In thoso cases for which they are recommended. Theyarenotaquacknogtrum, but a remedial agent ct creet value. Very truly yours. V. C. CULL IKS. i. u. ISfcxjroCT. Mc, MayiT.lSTt. ' " Be careful to obtain Cotuas' VoltaioPlsstm. a combination or Klectrlo and Voltaic Hates, with a highly Medicated Plaster, as seen In the abovo cut. Sold by all Wholesale and .Retail DrntElata lfcrovuoul the United States and Canadas, and by WCIIKS b POTTKlt, PropneWrs, Unston, Muni olwayB Care antl never Disappoints Tito urorld's 'great Pnln-Reliovor for Man. and Boost. Cheap, quick ouu reliaulo. t Ir PITCHEB'SCASTOKIAisnot Xarcotic. Cliililvcn grrow Hit upon, Mothers like, ami Physi cians recommend CASTORIA. It rcgrulatcs tho 'Bowels, cures Wind Colic, allays Feverish uess, and destroys Worms,. WEI DE MEYER'S CATARRH Cure, a Constitutional Antidoto for thla terrlblo malady, hy At sorption. Tho most Important Discovery ainco Vaccination. Other remedies may relieve Catarrh, this euros 'at any atago hoforo Consumption seta in. Jam 29, 1880. cowlj?- ' Wairor's Safe Kidney and Urn Care. (Itmert) Dr. Cralg't JTuUty CuTr.) ' ' A. Tejre table preparation and the only sure remedy In the world for Itrislit'a Jliapaac. Testlmonlals of the highest order J a proof of thMo statements. ; - nf For the core of Diabetna, call for sTar nert jKatfe Dlabelc-a Cure. MTFor the cure orUHBht' anrt the other .WARNER'S SAFE BITTERS. ItlsthebestinoedParlllpr.and stimulates every Sanction to moro .heoltbrul acUon. sud is thus a benefit In all diseases. . U cures nrraTulo u and other Skin ErnB." Ilona and Diseases, Including taiicera. LI per, and other Morn: Y ' - ' Dyawpala, Wraknraortlseaitoiitapb. ubtlpjitlarU'Dlzzlueaa, Jriirrr&l ietil. Uy, etc., are cured by theMaTeElttera. It is onenuated us an appeUier and regular tonic. Dottles of two sires ; prices, SOe. and 81.00. WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE Quickly elves Rett and Sleep to t he stiDerln?, cures Ilpsuluctm and'NeuralEia. prevents -.si.cssAca-isa,auu reiievesiiervouarYoa tratlon brought an by excranive drink, over work, mental shocks, and other causes. Powerful as It is to atop naln and soot&e'dls turbed Nerves, it .caver Injures the system,' wheUier Uken In small or large doses. Bottles of two sizes ; prices, 00c. and 91.00. - "WARNER'S' SAFE PILLS ATA All lmmWllfA nYlrt a.Ailini.aftmtilna sTrt Torpid Llvsir, and cure CmUtuwi, Dppepl. BU- iouecm, UUHU vukr theam, lUUfit, Tmr tjtA Ana. and fihoutd be used whenever iha bowels 3o not operato ha ether rah mHlt-a mch MisOl ism for tkerove -work. Ttttr 85 et bz I WfTI?T,s1 Stalk &sss4as? Sf 1 1 HfdJelM Ytrjwktm " HsH.wariref&co., I . Pnffrletars,a lEOOHESTEB, T-7. TSmJ tar rantalft Jan 29;a880 ly G. Q HiGGINS t,ho F6urth RTarfv Paper jHanger, Carpenter Joiner, and General ''Contractor. Those' fishing work done in tiiat line, -will .do well to'iglYe him a call. ' .-Residence, ortEast slde'pt Fourth fit, 6th door above railroad.- -Juno. 17; 1880 2m , t . , I OFFER my farm of 200 acres for sale. It is located tire mllea Iron) Gallipolis, lias on It a good framo dwelling house, with . eight rooms, rellar, pantry, and good well of water at the door. For . further particulars apply-to'irie. r, 1 CLARA MORTON - Aug. 5, 1880. . . - , , No. 839. FIRST tORD.ER OF SALE, Sheriff's Sale of Keal Estate. William Symmea va. Tuomaa S. Smulford et al. FURSUAl"l! ;to the . command of an Order of ,jale from tha Court of Coranion'Pleas of Gallia County, Ohio, nnd by virtue" of said writ, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of tlio Court House, In the city or Gallipolis, in said GaKia County, and State of Ohio, on Saturday, the -1th day ot September, A. D., 1880, at one o'clock p. in. of said day, the following described lands and tene ments to wit: Situate in Cheshire town ship, Gallia County, Ohio, and bounded and described as lollows, viz: Town lot numbered ouo (1) in the village of Cheshire;" corinty ahd'Stato aforesaid, except thirty leetoff tho South side or said Lot; said lands lying and being In the east end of Ono hundred acre lot numbered four hundred and eight (408) Town 5, Range 14, Ohio Company's Purcliaso; together with all the privi leges and appurtenances to the said land in any wise appertaining and be longing..' Appraised at$S00 00. To be sold as tlio property of Thomas S. Sandfordand Others, at thesultof Wil liam Symmcs. Terms of sale, casli in hand at time of sale. Given under my'hand this 2lst day of July, 18S0. C. B. BLAKE. Sheriff. White &. Holcorab, Att'ys. July 29, 1880. 5w Case No,. 838. FIRST ORDER OF SALE. Sheriff 's Sale of Real Estate. Jainea H. Guthrie's adm'r vs. Albert M. Nash et al. PtHlHTaXT to the command of an order of sale from the Ooiirtof Common Plea of Ual l tn county, Oliio. tn me directed, an.t by virtue of fnh writ. I will offer lor sale at public auction at the front Moor of the Court House In tha city or Gallipolis, in said Callla county, and. State pi Ohio, on Saturday, the 4th day of September, A. I). 18S0, at onco'cloek ) ni.olaiiUay,tbe following ile-.-.rilKNl lands and tenements, tn-wlt: All of one liuiiilrcil acre lots, numbereil Ave humlreil anil eighty. -Wl-lire liumlrcJ anil eighty nine. -Millie IiunJre.l ami eighty-two. -5fi2- anil life huuilrtM anu ciglity-turee, -SS3- containing' seventy-one acres more or less, that He in Sec tion number twenty-seren. -27- In Township number ono -1- Range uumoer fourteen, -14- In the rountv of Gallia ami State of Ohio, with all the appurtenances. AnnraUed at ISlffl. To be solil as the property of Albert M.;Nash et ui. Terma or aale Cash inTiaml at time of (ale. Giren under my hand this 23.1 day of July, A. D. 1830. C. B. BLAKE, Sheriff Gallia County, Ohio. July 29, 1SS0 5v No. sno. THIRD ORDKR OF SALE, Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate. James H. Guthrie's adm'r vs. W. M, Johnaon ct al. ptJItStfAJfT to the rommaml of an onlerof jl sale irom tne uourtor uorauion i'leas or Gallia ()untr. Ohio, anil liv virtue or Haiti writ I trill offer for sate at public auction at the front iloor or the Court Home. In the city of Gallipolis, In :.l.ll,r.M.tt.i..r Oallta nm, !, ,& fklA n Saturday, the 4th'lav of September, ' A.SD,1880; - n atone o'clock p.m. ol said ilay. the following licscrlbol lands ami tenements, situate In the county oi uallia and Stale or Ohio, iu thu;uiiIo Company's Purcluse, In Section thirty-four. -SI-Township onc,-t-Rane fourteen, -14-and bounded and described at rollntrt, to-wit: Lot number two. -3- lvinirin the middle of the. north side of said .Section, Weinning at the north-east corner (oMot number otic t.; tlience running cauuu buoiiuriii unooi aaiu section tiurty-two -32-"cbains; thence south thlrty-two -S3- chains; thence west thirty-twp -37- chains; thence north thirty-two -31- chains, to the place of lie Rlnnlng:. containing one Imndred and two and 4100 005 4-100) acres, more or less; with the appurtenances. " Appraised at $713. To . be sotd as the' 'property of W. M. Johnson etal. , j Termsof sale Cash in hand' at time of sale. Given under my hand this 21th day of.July, A.l:i8S0. - ' ' i C. B. BLAKE, Sheriff Gallia Co., O. July 20, 1830 5w SECOND ORDER, OF SALE. Sheriff's Sale of Eeal Estate. James Jtf. Hannan vs. Samuel Jarvla, Margaret Jarvis and J. I. Kuhn. "PURSUANT to tlie'comniand or'an onler of a. saie irom tne uourt or uoininoa I'leas, or Gallia county, Ohio, and by virtue of said writ, I will offer lor sale at public auction, at the Iront door ot the Court House in the City of Gallipolis, in said Gallia County aud State of Ohio, on Saturday, the 4th day of September, A. D. 1880. at one o'clock p. to. of saiii day, the (ollowlng tlescrllied lands anil tenements, to-wli: Lot No. 4, In Section No. 31. In Town 1. or Range No. 14, i uthe County of Gallia ami State of Ohio: lying in the middle of the sonth sldo of said Section, beginning at tho south -east corner of lot No.Hr thence north Si chains to the north -east corner of said lot No. .1; tbence north 32 chains to Jessie King's land i tbence south SO chains and 70 links to the sutn line of the Section ; thence west!cbain3 to Mooney's land; tbence north 18 chains,. to Mooney's north-east corntr; thence west S chains, to the place of beginning, con taining 144 acres more or less, i Appraised at f 9 00, To lie sold as tho property of Samuel Jarvis and other. Terms of sale Cash In hand at time of sale. Given under my.band this 2M day of.July. A. II. 1880. . C. B. BLAKE, SlioriiT Gallia Co., Ohio. July 20, 18S0 Bw Ileal Kstato for (Sale. Rare Chancel OWING to the continued JU, health of rnyftelf and the tleath of my.sqn, I have concluded to jell my Farm anil Mill Property In AtltlUon township, Gallla Co.i 0.'ws?tr' tataatratee& The farm contains about ,75' acres of first class land in good repair? and in a good state of cultivation, all of it bottom lana, except about -20- ucrfc8.'"The Farm Buildings consist of three Frame dwellings, one Stor,ej;Tousc, one Barn anil all necessary Outbuildings. The Mill BuildlngR consist of. one large, Cv6 story Grist mill, with two run of stone, and one.framn Saw Millj all in good re pair and Running order. For particu lars address or apply to me at Bulaville P. O., Gallia Co., 0 or to A,V. Kerns, at Gallispolis, O. JACOB KERNS. June 17, 1880 8w WOOL I HAVE established myself at tho Store of J. J. Cador. Public Snnare. Gallpolis,'Ohio; and 'will be prepared to buy MlIUHrGRlTKDOflOL, forvwjilchj wlll-pay tbe Jitgest market price liV CAStl. CARDING AND SP.NftlNGT -----.-ww.,w . i w tiAouvu .nwi AUA UardmP or Snlmilnc nnrt Will i.A stantly on hand Single -and Double .Yarns far Exchange. All Custom. Work, dona' promptly at thel Mlddleport Woalen 'Mills', and rid, extra cnarges ror.freJgbts. May 20,18Soir3nj; , , BOVIE Successors QUEENSWARE and GROCERIES, Would call the attention of tlie public to the -fact, that out stock, of Queensware, purchased in'England. before any- advance, is the largest and most desirable ever offered in this city, at Prices that Defy Competition. , . OUR STOCK OF AMERICAN, FRMGH AND BOHEMIAN GLASSWARE IS COMPLETE. Silver-plated Table Ware a Specialty, Extra Double and Triple Plate. All Goods guaranteed exactly as represented. I OUR GBOCERY DEPARTMENT WE ARE ALWAYS UP WITH THE TIMES. " We. have now on Sale choice varieties or COFFEE, extra choice N. O. MOLASSES, JsILVER DRIP SYRUP, SUGARS of all grades. ' Salt Fish, of all kinds and Qualities. OUR SPECIAL BRAND OF DEEP SEA MACKEREL, IS SOMETHING VERY FINE. Tropical Fruits, Caiinea Goods, of all description, California Lima Beans. Oar SDBGial Brai ROASTED COFFEE, is pariM lo im OUR, MOTTO , PRODUCE May 13, 1880. PITRAT to' JSB2CA2T, B0VZE & CO. BEST GOODS AT LOWEST HtlCES. TAKEN IN EXCHANGEE. . CO., McKM.A.SPRAGUE, CONTRACTOR AUD BUILDER. JOBBING- IN ALL KINDS OF Bricfc fort ana Masonry. GRATES ON AND MANTLES SHORT NOTICE. SET East side of Second street, two ijoora above Public. Square. Jan. 8, 1880 lv MILLING. Lawson I Bel Dealers in WHEAT, FLOUR, Mill Feed, Corn, &c., ''Buckeye jflills," State Street, near Fourth, GALLIPOLIS, OS Cash paid for Wheat! July 3, 187!). Jjook at the Prices OF WATGEES and JEWELRY AT SHOBER'S. Genuine Elgin Watches, in solid Silver Cases, for $10 00. Nickle plated American Watches for 1 50. Clocks from $1 50 up. Solid 18 kr. Gold Rings. Ladies Gold Chains. Ladies Gold Watches of European and American Designs. Solid Silver Spoons. Silver Plated Knives, Spoons, Forks, Cake Stands, 15 utter Dishes. ISankin Uinss, and a general assortment of Jewelry. Call at SHOBER'S. Watches repaired at reasonable prices. Fruit and Garden Farm for Sale. rriHE subscriber offers for sale Ills JL farm in.Snilncfleld township. It ia situated fix miles from Gallipolis, on the lino of the O. & WVVa. Ii. R., and contains 40 acres. Goo J buildings, and about 500 Iruit trees on It. Apply to E. 'WETHERIIOIr, Pine Grove, Ohio, or to ,T. F. Irwin, Gallipolis, Ohio. -July 15, 1SS0 Cm Farm for Sale. IN" Springfield Tp,, Gallia' Co., O,, seven miles from Gallipolis, and one mile from the railroad, containing 225 acres 1C5 cleared and most of it In blue grass. Good house, stable and orchard. For further particulars en quire of or address Jr. s. watts, . GalllpolU, Ohio. July 291.1880'. am harm For Sale. I WISH to sell my Farm lying In Huntington tp., near Ewington, containing Irom 11)0 :to 200 acre, and L'nriurn narhp.Tnhn M i HiftftiifTtan 'fnrin. 1 expect to sell it for less "than it is worm, ami win sen ii hi a.goou perou In payments on 5 years time.' Any one wishing to' purchase can apply, in per son or bv lotter. to me at- ThlirmAii P. O., Gallia oo., Ohio.' . ti. M. lilSMAAN. Sept. 28, 18787 " DM1N TILE. Hforiinirficelisl. WE HAVE on hand tho best, and largest, stock we have ever had, from 2 to 0 inches FofTUrther information write to Wlioelersburg: Drnin'TiIe" Co., Wheeler8burg,.acioto County, Ohio. March 5, 187?, W. M. Hidenour Dealer in BOOTS; SHOES, HATS,, &cy Court St., Gallipolis, 0. The best SiocTc,'nTtb.e lowest prices of any house in town, AlLnew CalLandseOi . ,i April 17,. 1879, . , , j A Store in,afirstfQlaaft,Jcalty;In this City- in echangajfbr Atinoney and i land or Will ell an assort mpntj in the me Va appljr this June 24,1 830 tf ' Al A.4lmiiiLstr'ato'rs HrLle of Real Estate. IX rURSUANCK of an order grantM by the Probato Court of Gallia County, Ohio, we will offer for sale, at IHiMIc auction , on Thursday, the 9th daj of Septem ber, A. D. 1880, atone o'clock p. ni., at the door of tlio Court House in the City of Gallipolis, Ohio, the following described real estate, situate in Qallia County, Ohio, to-wu: The east half of the north-west quar ter, and the West half of '.he north-east quarter, and thirty acres oft' the west Side of the east half of the north-east quarter, of Section three. Town sir, Kange fifteen, O.-C. P. Apprahed at $2,000. Also, subdivisions of city lot number 352; the north-west, half, appraised at soo. Also, Ihe south-east half of said city lot,, appraised at $400. Also, subdivisions ot city iofnumlier 373; the south-west lialf of sa(d, lot, apprniscu hi umi. Also, the north-east half of said lot appraised at $350. Also, subdivisions ol city lot In said city, numbered 380; the 3outh-west half thereof, appraised at $350. Also, the north-east half thereof, ap praised at $350. Also, the, north-east half of city, lot in said city numbered 387, appraised at $350. Also, tiie south-west half of the south west liall of city lot numbereil 3!)7, and the south-west half of the south-west half ot city lot number 308, both ap- praispu at. $;iu. Also, subdivision of city lots nnmber 233 and 231; number one on said sub division, appraised at $150, and number two of subdivision of lots number'233 and 231, appraised at $450. Also, number three of subdlvisou numbereil on city lot number 233, ap praised at $500. : And subdivision number four on said city lot numbered on the plat thereof, 233, appraised at $300. Also, subdivision number Ave of lot numbered on the city plat 334, appraised at $300. Also, subdivision number one, of lot nuuiDereu on tne city piat m, appraised at $1350. And subdivision number two of said lot numbered on the city plat of said city 338, appraised at $850. , Also, siiiMiivisloii number one of city lot numbered on the plat thereof 330, appraised at $400. Also, subdivision number two, of said city lot numbered on the plat thereof 339, appraised at $300. Also, subdivision number three of said city lot number 339, appraised at $850. And subdivision number four of said city. lot number 339, appraised at $300. Also, subdivision number one of city mis mimuereu in anu rz, appraised at $500. Also, subdivision number two of said city lots numbered 171 and 172, ap praised at $800. Also, subdivision number three of said city lots numbered 171 and 172, ap- praiseu ai f-iuu. Also, subdivision numbered four of said city lots numbered 171 and 172, ap, praised at $400. - Also, subdivision number five of said city lots numbered 171 and 172, ap praised at $400. Also, fifty feet front on Third Street, ofl of the south-west side of city lot number 300, and being a subdivision thereof, appraised at $800. Also thirty-sis feet and ten Inches in front on Third Street ofl of the north-east side of said city lot number 300, extending back at same width to the rear line or said lot number 3C0, appraised at 4300. Also tho north-east half of the north east Halt of city lot numbered on the piai oi saiu uaiupoiis Vlty Joi, ap praised at. $400. Also the south-west half of the north east half or said city lot number 354, appraised at $300. Also the north-wc3t half of city lot tn said city of Gallipolis numbered 291, appraised at $400. Also the south-east half of city lot In said Gallipolis city numbered 291, ap praised at $G00. Also subdivision number one of city lot In said city of Gallipolis numbered 396, appraised at $200. Also subdivision number two of said city lot nnmber 390, appraised at $200. 1 Also sulwlivlslon number three of,said city lot numbered 396, appraised at $300; a part of which io-wlt: Com mencing at the south-east corner of said lot number 396, thence along Olive Street, towards Third Street about plxty two feet to a point from whencnaline running south-westerly at right angle's with Olive Street-will divide or separate the main or log part of the dwelling on said lot from the shed or frame part, of the same, said line to run 33 feet from tha Hue of said Olive Street to a stake; thence to the line dividing lots 396 from .395; thence toward Olive Street to the place of beginning, Is subject to the dower estate of Eveline Humphrey, wldow'of Nathan Humphrey, deceased. Terms 'of Sale One-third of pur chase money In hand; one-thlnMn one ycac;,ojie-th,lrd in two years from day of sale, with Interest; the payments to be secured by mortgage ' upon" the premises sold. " A plat, with description of the above described. premises is on (He iu the office ot the Probate Court of Gallia County. - ' J. H. EVANS, V EDWARD HUNT, Administrators of Josenh Hunt, dee'd. T, W. HiMproN, Att'y for.AdmlnU- til nwtou Aug. K, 1880 5 w-1' ' ' lue, handsome thing, for. your new house, is one, of the .nice Cham ber, Setiaion. view at Bovie;, Pitrat ,a , , .... Co. i Sheriff's Sale of Eeal Estate. 0-V VEND I EXP02TAS. James A. McNally vs. William H. Grover. The State of Ohio, Gallia Countess. Court of Common Pleas. PURSUANT to the command or a writ or Venditioni Exponas Issued and directed to me Irom the Court or Common I'leas ot Uallia countr. Ohio, I will offer lor sale at public auc tion, at the front door or the Court House, In the city or Clalllpolit.ou Monday, August 23d, A. D. 1880, at the hour or one o'clock p. m. of said dr, the following lands and tenements w-wlt: 3IiltM In l,hMhlraTnnn:hln f 1 . I ! ,x-nn, Ohio, anil Innndrd as follows: beginning at the norlh-we!tcorner or Section No eleven ill). In Towmhlp ttve (5), Range lourteen (M). in the OhioCompanT' Purchase; thenreeast twenty four (SI) chain and eighty ;80 links to a stone In the tiallipolU and Athens road, being the south-east corner of T.uciui llinghatnV land: thence south thirty-Are degrees.wnt aloujcsaid road fifteen klS) chains to a stake. In ald road; thence south eight degree Wl.it live (&) chains and thirteen (t'J) links to a stone in the road Irom which a locust tree ten (10) Inches In di ameter bears south eleven and a hair degrees earn mnety.eigni f.mi links; inenca south twenty degrees went lour(l)chalns and fortr (to: links to a stake in said road: thence along aid road south twenty-one degrees west two chains and eigwy-seven tmj links; inence norm eigntr eight and ono-fourth degrees west thirteen (13) chains and sixty (GO) links to a stake on the Sec tion line; thence north on said .Section lino twenty-three (S3) chains 'and nioety-nlne tsw lints 10 ine place oi iieginning. rontalnlng forty-three (4-1) acres more or less, together with all the privileges and appurtenances to the same belonsrinir. Appraised atone thousand and seventy-flve uouars ifAi.. ui.j To bo sold as the property of William II U rover at the snlt or James A, McNally. Termsof salo Cash at time of sale. Given nsder my haii.l. at llalilpolls, Ohio, this .l.1V nr-Illl!- A II IQ.B1 ' ' " C.' B- IH, A ICE, Sheriff Gallia County. O, By D. S.-TRonniDng, Deputy. wniteic iioicomu, Att ys. July 22, 1830 aw PROPOSALS. OFFICE OP THE CITY AUDITOR OF THE CITY OF GALL1PO LIS, OHIO. SEALED PROPOSALS TlTITiL be received at this ofUce iiuti TT August 25th, A. D. 1880, at 10 o'clock a. m,, for the purchase of Twelve Bonds of tlio City ol Gallipolis, bearing date August 2oth, A. D. 18S0, and pavable as follows: Four bonds for fOOO each, five bonds for $200 each , and mree oomis lor ?luo cacti, payable An gust 2jUi, A. D. 1800, wh interest uiereon at tne rate ot six per cent, per annum, payaoic Femi-aunuaiiy at tlie City Treasurer's ofllcc. baid bonds are issued pursuant to Sec- lions -j ami iu or unapter 'l, or tlie Mu mcipal Code, for tho redemption of an equal amount of other bonds heretofore issued, and by virtue ot art Ordinance providing therefor, passed July lCtli, A. U. 13311. Also? Twelve Bonds, for $1000 each, payable as follows: One thousand dollars. August 25tli . A. D 1881 ; one thousand dollars, August 2iUh. A. D. 1882: one. thousand dollars Au gust 2.1th. A. D. 188.1; one thousand dollars, August 25th, A. D. 1884: one thousand dollars. August 2."tli. A. D 1885: one thousand dollars. August zotii, A. u. 133U; one thousand dollars, August 2tli, A. D. 1837: ono thousantl uouars, August zatn, A. u. one thousand dollars, August 2itb. A. D. 1880; one thousand dollars, August 23th. A. D. 18U0; one thousand 'dollars, Au gust asm, A. I). lti'.n ; one thousand dol lars, August 2.1th, A. D. 1SP2; bearing date August iJotli, A. U. 1H0, with In terest thereon at the rate of six percent per annum, payable semi-annually at the City Treasurer's oftlce. Said last described bonds are Issued pursuant (o an act of the Ohio Legisla ture, passed March 10th, A. D. 1880. authorizing the same, and pursuant to an ordinance or said City, passed .inly luin, a. ,u. itttu, in conformity to. said act. The said bonds will be sold for not less than par to the highest bidder. Bidders will be required to state the gross amount they will pay for the Donds, the accrued Interest, to date of transfer and receipt of money for the same to be added to that amomit. Proposals to be scaled and indorsed Bids for Bonds," and addressed. to the Finance Committee of the CJty Council, in care of JNO. T.HAMPTON, City Auditor. July 22, 1830. 5w ly Notice. Mary Ann Dodridge, FlaintirT, ' vs. Albert O. Evans, Defendant. Qallia County, ss. Court of Common Picas. AI.nERT O.. KVAN3, whose place or rcsU Oence U iminown. will take noUee.thst lary Ann l(lrl.l)n. of the Coimty of Qallia ami 5tatfl or Ohio, it 1.1 on tne 34th daj of July. A.' D. 1880, commence iTrocredlnp In Lastaruy In Case No. W&ln Court ot Common I'leas, with. In ami for the County or Gallia In said State of piiio, arilnst the salil Allrt (). Krana. clerend-ant.- The object or saM proceeding! I to obtain a juiljmeot against. the aalil Albert O.Kvan rbarjrlur, that; she Is pregnant .with a-rlitlit lor. wv mainienance oi a uatarn cnua, ana whico u born allc will be & bastard, and that tbe all, Albert U.Kran Uthe father ot said rhlM, and ttiat an order or attachment bu been Usnrt and serred; and the laid Albert O. Evans U hereby notified that be U requlrod to appear and answerald proceeding at tbe next term or the laid Court. u 3ARY ANN DODRIDGE, Bv Bradbury A Ecker, Att'ys;. Aitjmt, , John Ii.r Guy, 'Clerk oY satd Court. ' "Peaches prepared 'by. the Alden process are a'luxury. They are to be had 2at:the enterpriiing house of lllHlMlllillllT. JFor -Bargains in "Wall Paper, Window Curtains and Fixtures, 'Frames, Ghromos, Stationery, Croquet, ArcK ery. Bird Ctfges: &c:, - FOR.30 DAYSI ' s " f ijll be Found at - NEW BOOK STOEE, Neal's Old Stand, Gallipolis, Ohio. LARGE STOCK! GOOD GOODS! LOW PRICES! Call at oncQ and get Special, Prices on above Goods. THE NEW DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, "Warranted to be Tlie Best in the market, sold here as low as any other good machine. Call and see it work ing and what it can do, Sign of NEW BOOK STORE. iTuly 8, 1880. FUKNITUBE CHEAP IFOIR, GASHI. IUETAIIi IEP,UftTItrENl? OF FULLER, HUTSINPILLER & CO., Corner 3d and State sts., Hayward's block. Full Stock of DESIRABLE JUST SUCH Side Boards, Wardrobes, Spring Mattresses, Cotton Top Mattresses, of all kinds, Pillows and Bolsters, all kinds. Bureau- Bedsteads, Washstands, Extension Tables, Kitchen Safes, ,Beds Lounges, Camp Chairs, Folding Rockers, Easy Chairs, Invalid Chairs, Platform Rockers, Children's Chairs, all kinds. Cane and wood seat Chairs, Parlor Suits, Chamber Suitg, and a Parlor Suit for $34. Ofllcn Desks, Ladies Desks, Book Cases, Looking Glasses, Looking Glass Plates for filling frames, Perforated Chair seats for reseating chairs. We offer for the next sixty days at cost, FOUK PARLOR SUITS, FOUR CHAMBER SUITS. NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY SOMETHING CHEAP E0R CASH. Examine tiiis stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. May 13, 1880 tf Undertaking m GRAPE STREET, NEAR ALESHIRE'S MILL. Having purchased a very elegant NEW HEARSE are prepared to attend in a first-class manner to orders in town or from the country, entrusted to us. OUR TERMS WILL BE REASONABLE. Particular Attention Given to the Preservation of Bodies We have a large assortment of Metalic Cases and Wooden Coffins of all styles constantly on hand. June 3, '80. m neir and GOODS EEOEIVED, mm all iiiTipoiis BOOK STORE. - W. H. MITCHELL, Kuceesaov to S. Y. WASSOK", GalMjiolis, OJiio, TTTOULD call the attention of tbe vv keeps constantly on band the found in this-section, of Books, Stationary, Fancy Articles, Jews, Mimic, Oold Jcns, Wall Paper, Window Shades, JPlctnres, &c.9 &c, and that in prices, ESPECIALLY, ,IN SClIO OL BOOKS, he will postiva not bo undersold by any other .dealer. January 2y, 18BU. 07AO - public at large to the fact that he largest and finest r !' It. . assortment, to. be DRUGS. &c. EAGLE DRUG STOKE. . DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS ; Perfumery and Meiica'n Horsc'and Caltle Powders. Agents for Pacific Tea Company 4 , COURT STREET, GALLIPOLISj OHIO. May151879. . . ' PELL Eancy Goods. Hnfcblnsod ikaldrigeVtha.onTlco, IYE& "cfJILLEI) PLOW.S1 and POINTS in Gallia Co., Ohio, and Mason Co., W. Va. " ' Via In purchasing always lobk Tor name OLIVER, oa the .beam, " I I the'3 50 at. tenner's Gallery, anaothet Work as cheap in proportion. " Fine Candies at Boyiev Pitrat & India Ink Work. You can get an 8x10 India Ink Portrait with a nice heavy frame for Q Rft ...,1. 'f3nllnr,r n!).lll