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Volume XIV. t-i : 1 -! . AXMPOMS,' OinO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 188. dumber 4.8. " 1 1 ' 1 11 ' 1 ; J f i t f : i i : HARMISON'S August Opening ! The jirst installment J all beason 01 . 1880, was THE NEW YORK " i, .... 3,000 yards Standard Prints, dark styles, at 5c. 500 pairs Ladies' French Kid, side lace and button Shocs.-from $1.50 10 cases Gents' fine Calf Boots, at about half their value. AJfall line of their superior Black Cashmeres at 25?per.cent. less Itnra will onl! the anmn crAnrla v y A beautiful line of Brocade Dress Goods, in all the new shades, at popular prices. The finest line of Hosiery and - To ever of the gladden the heart of the housekeeper, we offer this week the handsomest line of Towels and Napkins displayed to the admiring gaze of the delighted matrons,.at (about one; half their 'price 'on 'the' counters' Old Regulars who "retufriffrom the East" twicea vear.5 m " ,... -J . 5 dray loads of Trunks arid tyalisesjlrecelyed in tthe;last ten 'days. up all prices and qualities rand;as we .'buy tlfeiri" about 20 percent less than .any 6th.er house, our selling prices are correspondingly lower. .. fc " - , ' t . OTiTjT A T 150 Ladies' Linen ;Du"sters fwhichfewe have saved specially for the Fairs aria Biff Or-CiUlillJ, Meetin Light-weight Clothing is being, not Poll Stnil- nvnr nffiirul !n olIin'nKa Bememberthe name and place t HARMISON'S NEW YOEK STORE, Handsomest Room and most polltc and accommodating Clerks in the city, who always meet you with a smile and try to get tbe last dollar 3'ou (have by giving you two dollars' worth of Goods for it LANGLEY ROOM, UPPER Goods delivered to boats or trains of New Good received Handuerchiefs - ever shown inthe city. nsj'mustgo out at once, regardly'of cost disposed, of at about half price to make room for the largest and' cheap- M GOODS STORE, PUBLIC promptly and' free of charge. in GallipoKsii forthe for v -STORE! . iilt !V1)JS r t v . i s, s1 A to$2, wortt?2:25;&?$3. ' u "' I & than any of our short-winded compet- Trunks from $1.50, up.. Val uses 50c, or value. ' i" - -4 SQUARE, GALLIPOLlS, 0, Aug.. 18, 1880. , 5 CENT STORE Have iust opened a new arid attractive FIVE CENT STORE! Articles from 5 to 35 cts! We will offer GREAT BARGAINS in articles that are worth Twenty-Five Cents "Each for .Five Cents, and in fact anything- you want, consisting ol Fancy Goods, Notions, ISibbons, Traces and Embroideries, Hardware, Glass ware, Tinware, &c, &c. CALL TCNiTEE dTUR Sf pCK, . and be convinced that, the goods are as represented. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: 5 CENT STORE Aleshire Block, August 5, 1880 4w THOIWPS01VS RHEUMATIC WAR LINIMENT IS THE Greatest Kemedy known for Man or Beast. IT IS THE WONDER There is no pretense about it, as thousands of our COUNTY CITIZENS will testify to. It subdues Swellings, alleviates Pain, cures Poisonous Bites and Stings; it heals Burns and Scalds without a Scar, Limbers up buff Joints, cures Kheumatlsm, JNeuralgia, sciatica, Straightens Bent Limbs, etc., etc. For Horses it has no equal; cures Wounds, Strains, Collar Boils, Sore Shoulders, Stiff Joints, fcc, and price, .mere im uu uo uiaruui., uuu uuu uu iuuuu iu uuy aturc nucic uiuga are sold, or will be sent to any address on receipt ot price, 25 cents. S. G. THOMPSON, Proprietor, Gallipolis, Ohio. July 22, 1880. Court Street. OF MEDICAL SCIENCE. is the LARGEST BOTTLE for the WHOLESALE GROCERS. AMONG, BAI k GO., Succeesors to HSMING, ALLEMONG & C0., Wholesale Grocers AND DEALERS IN Produce and Provisions, GALLIPOLIS, .... OHIO Jan. 2, 1879. Wotice. Roxana Fortune vs. William H. Fortune. WILLIAM IT. FORTUNE, whose place of retidence Is unknown, is hereby notified that Roiina Fortune, did, on the 21st day of July, A. D. 1880, file her petition In tbe office of ineuercoi me uonrcor uommoa rieas. wiioid and for the county of Gallia and State of Ohio, coaritlne the said William II. Fortune with wilful absence lor more than three years last uu, uu wiui neglect 01 aaty, ana asfcinjr that she may bediroreed from the said William B. Fortune, which petlUon wiU stand for hear, log at the next term of said court Bated this 3d day of August. A. D. 1880. ROXANA FORTUNEi By C. W. Bird, her Attorney. Aug. 12, 1880-6w DO YOU WAIT TO BIDE? We have a large assortment of Carriages, Buggies AND Sotb of our own make and Cincinnati manufacture, which we will sell at UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES FOR CASH, notwithstanding tbe late aa ranee m material. Call and see us. - , JAS. VANDEN 4 SON. Sept. 18,1879 tf HOMER C. JONES. D. W. JONKS JONES & JONES, A.ttornoy-at-Ln.,w, GALLIPOLIS, O. Office Formerly occupied by R. S. Waddell, qn Second Street. June 10, 1880 ly SIMEON RASH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office at residence, Front St., above Dufour House, Gallipolis. Ohio. FURNITURE. AT JS THE PLACE I'O BUY FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS, MADE by hand, and of Cincinnati manufacture, the "best Eurni ture in the market, and at the Xowest Iriee for asli. We keep the Latest Styles of all kinds of Furniture made by skilled mechanics, and not Old Style Goods made by boys who only receive 50 cents per day. We can sell a full suit ot farlor Furniture for $35.00. All Goods warranted as repre sented. Call and see for yourself berore purchasing elsewhere. Goods delivered in Citv or on boat free of charge. Do not forget the place, corner of Court and Third streets; GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Feb, 12, 1880. S. BISHOP m BANKING. OHIO VALLEY ' BANK,;:1 GALLIPOLlS, OlilO. Qan Cartel, 100,000. LDIVIUALLUBILItYt A. HENKING.. President, i . J. T. HALLIOAY', ' " ' ' . Vice-Pre3illent. C. W.-HENKING, LtU Casbier. , s.f '. ' ' -' " ' DIRECTORS: . A. flcNkiNO, " ,.Wf. SnonsB,. J. T. HXLIiDXY, - C. D. Bjtujer, C. Wi Hknkino. C3TDeul3' in Oovernment anil f!illi. polls City Bonds, Malce3 collections on all'VoInirail'd Issues Drafts on" princi pal Cities In the United States and bttrope. Banking hours from 9 A. M., to 3 P. 11. BaiBOT STAIPIKDSIAlli BANK, GAL LJP O LtS EDWARD DELETOMBE; President.- JOSEPH HUNT, Vice-President. JNO. A. HAMILTON, : , f .Cashier. Capital Stock, - - $100,000. DIRECTORS:. ,, Edward Deletombc, Jho.-A'. Hamilton Reuben Aleshire, Jos. Hunt, , John Hutsinpiller, J. S. Blackaller. " " Buys Gold, Silver, U. S. Bonds, Cou pons, ana Government Securities of all L-lnrlo ' ' Bank en from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. JNi A. HAMILTON. Cashier. U H. BEMAN S. G. &.KLLER, Pres't. Vice Pres't. M. k. BBMAK, Cushler. CENTREVILLE National Bank OP THURMAN, OniOi - AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $100,000, BANK OF CIRCULATION, Dis count and Exchange. Interest nnffl nil Timp IAnnstfa f?nml nanAr nurchased. 'Drafts, on New York, Cin- uinnati unu oilier cities ior saie. Banking hours from 9 to 12 and from lto4. DIRECTORS': L. M. Beman, S. O.Xeller, Penelid Wood, ,. G. Gross,- -K. P. Porter., m MILLING. R. ALESHIRE & CO Flour, Wheat, nill-Fced, Sec, ' CASH FOR WHEAT. E V R EKA-M ILLS. - i - .il GALLIPOLIS. OHIO. Furiu For Sale. I OFFER my farm of ,200 acres for sale. It la located Ave miles trjom Gallipolis, has on It a good frame dwelling house, with eight. rooms, cellar, pantry, and eood well of water ati the door. For further particulars, appiy to me. , , CLARA MORTON. Aug. 6, 1880. ' YODHG WW fflSHTOfFE; Superior Advantages ! in Literature, 'Flench. 'irnalr. an A T a..i & Session opens Sept 22. Send for Circulars; H. THANE MILLER, Pres't. Euua FaRKE Smith, Principal. -Aug. i2, 1830 2m ' TEB'J'dilifnm Terus: ,$1- 50 ip advance, or $2 attlieeud of thejear.f WM. NASH,.".'. .Editor .4 . OALLIP.OLIS, j THURSDAY,-SEPT. 2, 1880. County Board of Equalization. TliierCOunry Bolrd of Kquallzation conjtstln' qfjf. life V'oj'ptji jCommlsslon- era, Auditor and Survevor, concludetl theirMaboraSatn rSay evern after Tle, Uke the session, oflvdays. loliowing tromneirroceeuings: HARRISON TOWNSHIP. lOrdercj thatI0;22 aerts lie deducted from W. T. Buckle: that 15 acres be auiieu to jonn liucwie: uiat si per acre "beJitldealoBO ncrevof-W. T." Brickie; that $1 per; acre ;be .added jto 225 acres of Geo. Serricr; that $2 per acre be added to 105 acres of J. T. Smith f that $V per acre ba added - to 80 acres or Ij. v Waugh ; that fl pe acre he added to 111 acres oCUJ. htf waugh r. tnat-n percent. be deducted whole township. RACCOON TOWNSHIP. Ordere'd 'that ''S p4ricre be.added to 20 acres' of Permelia Wood ; 'that '$1 per acre be added'to 140 acres of Levi Cher ington; that $2 per acre be added to 40 acres of, Irene Jlaning; that $1 50 per acre be added to10 acres of Isaac Troth; that $2 per acre be deducted-froiu 13! acre3 of Caroline French; that$l per acre be deducted from 7C acres of John White's, heirs; that $1100 be added to mill of Sylvester P. Wood ; that $1200 bo added tothe'mill of W. II. Wood; that $1006. bea'djled to the .mill of L. M Bemau ; that 5 per cent, be added to the whole township, including Centerville. District 'and villages. GREENFIELD TOWNSHIP. Ordered, tliat $200 ba deducted from the millof J. L. W. Evans; that 5 per een t. ba alded to the wliole township, GALLIPOLIS TOWNSHIP. Ordered that-'la per cent, be deducted from the valuation of the real estate of the follow I nt; persons; Reuben Bray, Dolly Blazer, J,.T,-Blazcr, Chas Burk Imnlt. Isabella -CatiiiK. Alex. Catlnir. AugustSEngley John F1 rfroideveux. 'James ; pills, ' Wei )i ngloii a Hwkl n f Sa rali jt iriiir.".ros1aS ' liawkv Jofin A., James, Jacob Knight, Marj M. Lang- ley? Lewi? S'hadriekji vt n.tMcCflmick, Mary A. Martin, Sarah Modi, Jas. M. Mills, C. S. Mills, John A. Morrison, P. .A. Paul", James Rodgers, Caleb Rey. nolds", A. P.r Rodgers, Sam'I Rodgers aohiTTn1 Kodgera, Maria h.- Sheparu (80 a.) Lovina B..Smart, R. L. Stewart, Jane Salgue, Roinalne L. Swigert, Isaac yiitte, James Walker, C, C. Welbert and Madallne Tliompson ; also that $300 be deducted from house of Mary Young. Ordered that 10 per cent, be added to the' valuation of 'the real estate of the following persons: R. Aleshire, C. D Bailey,-. Lucy II. Cherington, S. G. Keller, Genevieve Maxon, nugh Ply- male and E. Willis. PERRY TOWNSHIP. Ordered .that $500 bo deducted from house oi s. m. Aycrs, tliat $2 per acre be.added to 12Qcres of Sarah J. Ander :Son; $1 50 per acre be added to,171 acres of Augnst Alilborn ; $1 per acre bo added to 194 acres of John Shadriek, and $500 to .the mill of Aaron Davis SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP. Ordered 'that $1 per acre he added to lands of Jordan Booth, John Blosser, iusan Jglienngton, Isaac Dy er,t-Mary Ann Fee, Harriet J. Gardner, M. & S. Hansoiij James Hill, Chas. C. James, D, W.. Morehouse. D. Y. Smlthem. John 'J. Trefllz', Mary-E. Williams and" J. W, Womeldorn"; jthat-$2peracre be added to'land's'Sffrolin TCa'ting,- Josepfi Cole man, Wm W Clark, W F Cherington, Win Glassbiirn, C Goetlng, Rob't C Johnston, J E MI113, E P Mills, John S Mill's, "DYSmithers, Valentine Swltzer 'and Cornelia Williams; that $5 per acre be added to lands of "F M Woineldor'ff 92 acres; that $1 per acre be deducted from lands of George Denny, Joseph Hunt,, James Johnston,. John JC Pow ell, R P Porter, A J Powell and David Watts; that $2 per acre he deducted from lands of James Cherington, Mary Gulu, Jennette Burger and David Sum mers; that $3 per acre "be deducted from lands of Isabella DcLllle and Virginia Donalds; also ordered that ten per cent, be deducted from, whole township, in cluding villages. GREEN TOWNSHIP. j Ordered) that $1 per acre be added to lands of E Campbell, James Campbell, John Cheny, S M Campbell. E S and C G Campbell, nenry Ecker, D ;II Graham, Warren Uulbert, Lester Hulbert, Wiley IIIll, John P Hanson, LLo,wefy,J W McCormick, H C Priest- ly, W Hhqmjgson, PeteyWanka and David a. Watts; that $2 per acre be ad ded to lands of Leonard Beck, John II Bolte, James Campbell; Edwin Camp bell, Reuben' Graham, Abraham Gil bert,. Warren Hulbert, Charles Ray nor, Lucinda" Whitney and D, M Wigner; that $3 per acre be added to lands of John if 'Bolte 71 acres: that $4 per acre be added to lands of L D Kbontz and Joseph Smeftzer;that $200 be add ed to James1 Cifmpbefl 's house, $200 be added to Wm Campbell's house, $100 be added. toW J EekerJs house,. $100 be added to Reuben, Graham's house, $100 be added J W McCorralbk's house, $200 be added1 to James Womeldorff's honse, and $200 be added to E E AVaddell's house; i that'll per acre ibe I deducted from lands of Jos JiBeck, John Smelt-zer-Sarahj Womeldojff j anib Joseph White; tliat $2poracre bo deducted from lantfs or Win' Beck, jr, Afldls Harrington, J E Mill's, W W Mills, Charles H McCormick, Jlary Palmer and John W SkMnner; thatfylbO be de- dacted'.frotn Jane Detalante's house. $100 be deducted from C S MIHs'-house; $100 be deducted; i"rom ;Theo WT McCor mick's house, $100 be deducted from Robert Neil's house, $100 be deducted from Anderson Ncal's house; and, $75 be deducted from John W Skinner's house; ordered also that six per cent, be deducted, from wliole township, in- chiding villages. GUYAN TOWNSHIP. Orderel that $2 per acre be deducted from 134. acres of John Robinson: 42 per acre e deducted from 222 acres of Lewis uaruc, and $3 per acre be de ducted from all lands In Sec. 29, minis terial land; ordered also that flvo per cent be added to whole township; In cluding Crown City District and vil lages. OHIO TOWNSHIP. $1 per acre 1 added to lands of Robert H Day, J H Guthrie, and Tho Nelbert; that $2 per acre be added to lands of George Crawford, Cyrra Dickey, Wm Day, Emily Diifour, Mary GHmore, Matthew Mooney, John Mooney and Albert -M NaSh; that 94 cents per acre be added to lands of John Call;., that $4 per acre be added to lands of Milton Watson ; that $5 per acre be added to lands or John Brown; that $7 per acre be added to lands of Jas McClurg and D S.Trobridge; that $200 be added. to 100 acres In Lot 533. be longing' to W F Hannan, and omitted by assessor; that $200 be added to J M ITimiinii'a linnao anil fa same, omitted by assessor"; that $300 be auueu m iuiu m a tsusii; tnat $3 per acre be deducted from lands of Mary A Davis and James & Geo A Davis; that $5 .per acre be deducted from lands of Thomas'' Morton and C W Kenned v: TStiSrSiSSSt ducted from ho:iseof 1VT Hannan. CLAY TOWNSHIP. Ordered 'i18"10 of F C & Nancy Flack, Sam'I lands Marshall. Jacob Overall nml T?rlrn TT Smith;jthat $2 ier acre be added to lands of Nancy Flack,. Giles Harrington, Erie uurringion, jacoD Halley, James, uam Utonand n C Northup; that per acre be, added to land of John Cham bers' heirs; that $4 per aero.be added to land of Singleton Davis; that$G per acre be added to lands of Jonas Brown and John F Spangler; that $12 per acre be added, to lands of Cornelius Bcr ridge; that $1 50 per acre be added to lands of George Reese; that $150 bo added to Wesley Martindale's house; that $lo0 be added to John SpanglerM house; that $150 be added to mill of Mar shall it Wilhelm; that $500 be added to mill of Hngh and Jennie Plvmale; that $n0 be added to lands of A J Alexander; that $50 be added to Lot 9 in Chambers burg belonging to L Cornwell ; that one aereoflland be added to Wm. Kinder; mmvbf!'eicie of rand be transferred from Abraham to Alice Darst; that $300 he deducted from house of George Pool; that $100 be deducted from house of Wm Marshall; that $150 be deducted from house of Grasson Davis: ordered also that 12 per cent, be added to the wliole or Clay township, Including vll lages. h7 CHESHIRE TOWNSHIP. Ordered that $320 be deducted from lands of Jacob Coughenour and $G0 added; that $85 he deducted from lands of John Grant, $5s n-om lands of a a noiiand, $93 from lands of w m Kerr, $ic8 from lands.of Mary s Reynolds, $81 from lands of Jacob Rice, $85 from lands of David Ripley, 44 dollars from lauds of John Ripley, 113 dollars from lands of W H Remington, CC dollars from lands of James W Wells, 168 dol lars from lauds of Andrew Gould, 353 dollars from lands of Lewis Dutton, 550 dollars from lands of W and 673 dollars from from Philander Watson; ordered also that 8 ner rpnt. he ailiipil in tin. tvhnin town ship, including Kyger District and vll- lages. f w 2 XT SWEEPING. fifteen per cent, was added to the whole of Walnut; ten per cent, to Hun tingion. including- Vinton Dlalrlet nd villages, and six per cent, was deducted irom Morgan The county, exclusive of the City of loll!r.l1to na f.. 1 1 nO 1 . . i ..ft Ann T E "NT I SWEEPING. BOB TOOMBS AND "YANK" HANCOCK. The Machine Must be run to Suit the Southern Boys. Special to the Cincinnati Commercial. WASHINGTON, August 20. General Robert Toombs, the frank-snoken Geor- gian, lias given his views of the politic al situation and prospects In a letter to a friend in this city. After a refer once to some other matters he turns tils attention to public affairs, about which he writes in this Interests tyle: 1 am as positive that Hancock will be elected as I am that there Is a God in the heavens. You say he is a Yankee. Well, I know that, and I know, too, that hl3 sword has nlerced the breast of many a gallant man In grey. But what are we to do? We can't put in one of our own men this time, and have to take a 'Yank.' That belnK thn case, let us take one who ia less M no- bellied' than the most of them. ."X011 may depend upon It, sir, that Yank' or no 'Yank.' if elected, the old boys of the South will see that Hancock, does the fair thing by them. In other words, he will run the ma chine to suit them, or they will run the ming inemseives. xneyare not going to be played with1 any longer. ."It -you hear anv man sav that Han cock can not carry all of the South, you may put him down as a damn rooi. T-v U I c I N E S "By their fruits ye shall know them." was not spoken of the men who sell rotten peaches and pears. Few people woutu .care to know them enough to buy their fruits. Somebody savs the "devil onlv came into the w5rld IW wrim here." To which Susan B. Anthony .replies: -n mere nau Deen only men iu wo wunu, me aevu wouia never have found better company, at home." i Lord Brougham, once when he was I alawyer.saidr "A lawyer Is a learned Vom Tour enemies and keens itlTZ self." All on the Rl Sign of the RECEIVES THIS WEEK A LARGE VARIETY OF Dark Prints. Flannels JEANS, BROWN & BLEACHED MUSLINS. Will also open several "Nos. of their- popular BLACK FRENCH CASHMERES;- By the last of this month we .will display to "the"' people $20,000 WOl'th Of New Dry Goods ,aiid which wU1 be sold at on hand a few of yard. COME AND August 12, 18S0. Gold HMa, Public Square, FRESH the Lowest Gallipolis All Wool Jeans at 45c per EXAMINE. S. 5 Carpets, Rat. We still have BEOSIUS. 9 SIGN OF BUS & Have removed to their Ifew Building Boot. $hoe$9 Hals, Caps, We can more readily and Our New Store is well lighted on the darkest. days, and we the modern improvements tomers. The greater part of our ling a great many gooas as goods in our line cannot Fail the lateafc Snrino- Styles, in rnnlifi tn shftw ftnnrla. One v v w w wu w w - March 25, 1880. THE COLD BOOT oil the .Public square, Where with an unusually large Stock of satisfactorily supply the wants of our increasim? trnrlo with a view to the comfort and stock was bought early m the tow as we can ouy tuem to be pleased, as our assortment is large, and contains all both SHOES and HATS. Call and see fhr vnnrsplf TVTn nrice to all and that Price 1 - - BBO&IUS have had it lixed up with all accommodation ot pur cus season, and we are reallv sel- ro-uay. rersons m need ot any we criiamnf.nfi tn f. hn Tnwuaf J - ww VM. V A V It WW U & BAUOIOIAX. A MKm. 2KDRUGGISTS:!iflB2 32P5S3SgfS33 c H f S as 8 E "2 "a nni 33- M ' I C ll 3- O 3. nr ri em A L SP if 3 s o S r m crcjj a n O 5 3 S a z - . .r: w & 2-ES: W2 32. 1 !?I5 S n W B S - . i-3 ? 5 S c 33 I S3 Cor. Court and 3d streets, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Feb. 26, 1880. MACHINE WORK. KLINC & DACES Wish to inform all who ma v have anything to do in the Machine Line, that.they are now prepared to do Irinria ntMflfthinr Wnrdr wiii"u ,,ulJ1i short .notice and at prices to suit times. Lovers of Mackerel will Gnd something choice in thfr Deep Sea C0Tie rttrat " s. Prunea ibr f 1.00 at Bovie, 'PitratiCo'fl. tf nHLlABLlfflMftlTi. GEO. HOUSE, 1879 SUCESSOR to the Old Established Agency of R. L. Stewart, Fire, In land, Marino, Life 'and Accident In surance. Assets. JEtna, Hartford, Conn... $0,8C3,522 If) Continental, New York.. 3,327,772 00 insurance i;o., nortu America, Philadelphia. organized 1704 0,552,000 00 Underwriters Agency, New York 3.3C2.62G 00 uueen oi Mverpooi, Assets inU.S J,U.H,7!U uu Amazon, Cincinnati 005,31 7 00 uerman American, New York 2,471,781 00 British American, Toron- to.Cauada, U. S. Branch. ti71,41u uu Travelers, Life and Acci dent, Hartford. Conn.-. 1,51)5,445 00 1,329,650 10 761.221 00 Niagara, New York Flremaus Fund, San Frau cisco Pennsylvania, Philadcl- piua May 8. 1879 . 1,855,238 00 GROCERIES, &C. OHARLSS SBMON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries, Coufectioiiaries. COURT ST., BET; SECOND & THIRD, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Resnectfiillraskstlie citizens of Galllno- lis to call at his establishment aud exam ine his stock of GROCERIES, Consisting of all articles to be found In a FAMILY" GROCERY STORE. My stock of CONFECTIONERIES are large and complete;' such as Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, ice. By strict attention to business, sellingj ataman proncs, i nope to mem a auuru of public patronage. OYSTERS by the can and half can of the best quality, anu warranted to be ifesn. COUNTRY PRODUCE of all-kinds wanted, for which tha" highest, market price wulba paid. SADDLES AND SADDLERY. ESTABLISHED IN 1832. H. Manufacturer and Dealer tn canni t? isnni a? Harnoss, Collars, Wagon and Buggy "Whips; Lashes of all kinds; TRUNKS AND VALICES, LAP ROBES, DUSTERS, HARNESS OILS, Trace-Chains, Currj-Combs Horse-Brushes, &c. COURT ST., - - GALLIPOLIS, O. QTRepalrlng promptly attended to. Prices to suit the times. JgJ S. M, Brdndyberry THE COURT STREET AND DEALER IK Furnishing Goods and Hats. April 3, 1879. J. R. Saffobd. T. S. Browh. VENTIS1S, OFFICES, SECOND ST. Aug. 14, 1879. POMEROY COAL. Full 8upplyalways on band. Also? cbnstahtiv on band, the best Kanawha Lump, Nut and Slack-Coal, the cheapest in the marKer. Mv facilities arc such that 1 can supply these coals, at any landing, by the float or barge" load, and at prices to accommodate consumers! "Office, at the landing- opposite the Dufour House J. HAMILTON, Agent. May 8, 1879.