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n . 2 i "n In and .Tnsti l!lnme XXTVi OAJMyOMS,! OMp; THUKMY, SEPTE3gBSB 9, 1880. IT The first installment Fall Season of 1880, was : . , - ... , j Hfg' -NEW YORK 3,000 .yards. Stana'ardErJnts.dark. stylesaL 5c. 500 pairs Ladies' French Kid, side lace and button Shoes, from $1.50 10 cases Gents' flneCalfsBoota, at about halfitucir value. . A full line or thelr.8upefior Black Cashmeres at 25 per'centles's titbrawilliSell. tlfe:8amegoodsi . - g , 8 lALbeautifullineidf' Brocade DressGoods, Iniall the new ahadeai at xue linea& (line ou nosicrj auu aaiuih.eri;uieis ever auunu ui,iur tn), ta 'j ybglaadehtieheartpfUhe hlouiekeeperweoffer tfiis.Veek the handsomest line of .Towels and Napkins, erer displayed o theadmiring ga7e of'the delighted matrons at 'about one half their-price- on the counters. or the Old Regulars who "return from the Kast" twice a year. , , , , , sv, : 5 dray loads of Trunks and Valises, received in the last ten days. Trunks from $V.50 n'p. Talises SOc.j np-all prices and .qualities and as .we buy them about 20, per cent less ajnianyotbhwsiijjaejllng. prices are correspondingly lower. " QT)T7,T T 10 Ladies' Linen Dusters "which we have saved specially for the Fairs and 'Big. Ox Jijlia.i J Meetings; must, go out &l once, regardly of cost or value. . ' Light-weight Clothing -is. being disposed of at about half price to make room for the largest and cheap est Fall Stock ever offered in Galiipolis. f Remember the. name and place . -j i- . HARMISON'S NEW YORK STORE, tsrHandso'meat'tBoomiand -most polite andaccommodatihg Clerks in 'the city, who always meet you with a smile and try to get the last dollar you have by giving you two dollars' worth df Goods for it. uspiiii miiw Gflisiw, public square, gallipolis, :o. . Goods delivered to boats or trains of New Good received in Galiipolis fo promptly and free of charge. - , the for STORE! to $2, worth $2.25 to $3. , ( i than any of onr short-winded rompet- ' - popular prices. TAug. 18, 1880. fHave just opened a new and attractive FIVE CENT STORE! Articles from 5 to 35-cta! We will offer z o&RMA BARGAINS itf'articlea that" are woftli Twenty-Five Cferits Each Tor Five Cents, and in fact anything you want, consisting of fancy Goods, Motions, Itibbons, Xiaces anil . if ! 1 1 y Embroideries j If arc! ware, Glass ware, Tinware, &c, &c- A - CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK, and be convinced that the goods are as represented DON'T FORGET THE PLACE: 5 CENT ST0BE- Aleskire Block, Court Street. August 5, 1880 4w W YORK THOMPSON'S RHEUMATIC WAR IS THE Greatest Eemedy known f ok Man or Beast. IT IS THE WONDER OF MEDICAL SCIENCE. There is no pretense about it, as thousands of our COUNTY CITIZENS will testify to. It subdues Swellings, alleviates .Fain, cares 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 Horse3 it has no equal; cures Wounds, Strains, Collar Boils, Sore Shoulders, Stiff Joints, fcc, 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. G. THOMPSON, Proprietor, Galiipolis, Ohio. WHOLESALE GROCERS. AMONG, BAEB & CO., Succeeso.rs to ' HENKING, ALLEN0NG & CO., Wholesale Grocers AND DEALERS IN Produce and Provisions, GALLIPOLIS, .... OHIO Jan. 2, 1879. BTotlce. Rozana Fortune vs. William H. Fortune. WILLI4.lt It. FORTITXK, whose place or residence is unknown, is hereby notified tail Boxant Fortune, did, on toe Slst da; or Julj, A.D. 1680. Die her petition in tbe office or ueutre oi me uourc or common i-ie&s. wimin a3 for toe coontr or ml state of Ohio. charging the said William Jr. Fortune with Wilrcl absence larmora thsn thrpA thn last pait. and with gross neglect of duty, and asking nM.u,iua; ue uirorcea irom me saia vviuiun H. Fortune, which petition mil stand for bear ing at the next term or said court. Dated this 2d day of August; A. D. 1880. ROXANA FORTUNE, By C. W. Bird, her Attorney. Aug. 12. 1880-w DO YOU WAUT TO SIDE? We have a large assortment of Carriages, Buggies , AND otteJofvourowntnake -anfl'CIncInnaH j manufacture, which we will .sell at DSP1ECBDESTED LOW PRICES! TOR CASH, notwithstanding the late "auvance m material. Call and-see us.. i JAS. VAN DEN & SON. Ssp&18,1879 tf I ROMKR C. JONES. D. W. JONK3 JONES & JONES, Attoi-ney8it-aw, OALLIPOLIS, O. Office Formerly occupied by R. S. Waddell, on Second Street. .June 10, 1880 ly ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office at residence. Front St., above Dufour 'House, Gali.ipot.is, Ohio. FURNITURE, AT IS THE PLACE I'O BUY FURNITURE OF AlCL'TCINDS, MADE by hand, and of Cincinnati manufacture, the best Furni ture in the market, and. at the liowest jPriee fov Casli. We keep the Latest Styles 'of all kinds of Furniture made by skilled mechanics, ana not Old Style Goods made by boys who only receive 60 cents, per day. we can sell a tan suit oi rarior Furniture for $35.00. All Goods warranted as repre sented. Call and see for yoursell before purchasing elsewhere. Goods delivered in City or on boat freeu of , charge. . Do not forget the place, corner of Court and' 'Third streets, GALLIOLISf OHIO." , Feb. 12, 1880. BANKING. ohio Valley BANK, Casli bapltair foO.OOO. IDIVIDlALJjiABlLIi'V. A. HENKING, President. . ' J. T. HALLIDAY, Vice-President'. . C. W. HENKING, . : .. Cashier. 5 PIRECTORS: A. Hknkino, Wm. Shobeb, J. T. Halliday, C. D. BxlUtY, C. W. niCNKINQ. tgTDeals in Government and Galii polis City Bonds. Makes collections on all points and Issues Drafts on princi pal Cities In the United States and Europe. Banking hours from 9 A. 51. to 3 P. M. . BANK, GALLIPOLIS. EDWARD DELETOMBE, President. JOSEPH HUNT, Vice-President. , JNO. A. HAMILTON, Cashier. Capital Stock, - - $100,000. DIRECTORS: Edward Deletombe, Jno. A. Hamilton, Reuben Aleshire, Jos. Hunt, John Hutsinpiller, J. S. Rlackallcr. Buys Gold, Silver, U. S. Bonds, Cou pons, and Government Securities of all kinds. Bank open from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. JN(). A. HAMILTON. Cashier. L. M. BEMAM . S. O. 7VKIXEK, Pres't. Vice Pres't. 11. k. bkuax. Cashier. CENTREVILLE National Bank OF THURMAN, OHIO. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $100,000. BANK OF CIRCULATION, Dis count and Exchange. Interest paidonTiuieDepogit8fGood paper purchased. Drafts on New York, Cin cinnati and other cities for,, sale. Banking hours from 9 to 13 and from lto4. DIRECTORS.: L. 21. Beman, S. Cf. Keller, rermeua wood, J. U. dross, JR. P. Porter. MILLING. R. ALESHXRX1 & . OO D1UIII I Plour, Wh.&at, Mill-Feed, Sec. CASH FOT WHEAT, EUREKA. Ill ILLS, GALLIPOLIS. OHIO. farm For Sale. I OFFER my farm of 200 acres for sale. It is located five miles I row Galiipolis, has on It a good frame, dwelling house, with eight- rooms, cellar, pantry, and good well of water at the door. For further particulars apply' to me. CLARA MORTON. B. 1880. It a --Aug. ,, , , . -i ftf built '-XTiIiirn mm i&w ihstitOte, Olivclviv'riTi .v i Superior 'AdvaMgeIin'ti'eVafure, ; Fiench, Music arid'Arv 45 .Session opesSept., mni for Circulars. ' 3 H. THANK MILLER, Prfts't.' Emma Parxe Smith, Principal. Aug. 13, 1880-2m -keep Jacks)ri-Poe(s 'are"lelngappreeiated lASt Fall E. C Powell, Esq., now can. didate'forProSequting .Attorney, wrote severalTafables, which were published in tbe.Standard." One of themTecently re-appearetl in theuewark American, but without credit, and last' week ltvwas published in the Toledo Blade, and not credited. if remarked that where the iiaine of Hancock now appears. It was Kwing wuen onginany puousneu Here it is: MILLING. "Which Way is Your Musket a P'intin' To-day?" In a little log church in the State of V si liltheI.6rd: . V - Aad after the servlce"they "hail a'class r .meeting,. 1 ' J Thafea'cfiTfor'tKe Master' mig"ht utter a . -1 wonif i . i. t-.i Their-lea'def exhorted' andVpoteTbf the .-wariaretT J,-"K 4. i. Whicli Clfrlsllaus should wage ngutnst "error STSravt JdXfllilsfi"etl hjsltjngl Uip'fpHowing question : "Which way & vour muskets .p'iutlu' to-day i" , Oiic after anoilier' tey "gave'fhelr ex- lUKuwHrui ur cuiu: One saw hlsway elearto iha portals of giory. . m Another had strayed like a lamb from1 tne ioiu. At last Brother Barkis a renegade member. And Satan's companion for man a ' 'day i t Arose, cleared his throat, though, visibly nuryuus, He folded his' arms' and proceeded to say: Dear brndders and sisters, I on'co was a-Christian, I'once was as happy as anvone ncrp; I tit for the church like.? battle-scarred soldier. And stood by hep banaers when trait ors were near," . "HoldJonS darUie' IeidjfrJ excitedly shouted; "Please answer de- questions' I' axed .- you,-Lsay.; 1 , ' I've given you credit for all you fit den, sir Wlilchway..is,ypur musket a p'intiu' The Delmratr talk 'rtf the glory of Hancock, . ' r'boastf of thfe And rec6rd' of English .t. Jasiwell;, . Theu give tliem ilue. honor: lor Judas r ilwas ldyal,- 5 - ;'" v .Till money was oflVred: he-took It "and fell. I would liken their boast to the. boast of 'old "Barkis ,A'5d thciirwlth tlje(iClaa-lcader,,hoU' estTy say : "Hold on dar, my brudder, dat'lsh't the question; . "Which way Is their musket a p'intln' ln.irni9" Shall men who are tralning,with Briga' dlcr-Generals :" Who foughtto destroy our National,; nag,. Rise from their scats In the Forty-sixth Congress, ' - To eulogize traitors like Davis or Brage? Shall men who bow down 111 Confeder ate caucus, And worship the master they humbly obey, Shall they rule the Nation by Washing ton founded ? "Which way is their muskets a p'intln' to-day?" The question, my friends, is of vital importance; The Nation is waiting in anxious suspense;? K si r Each voter can wield a political mus 1 ket 1 ' ' - ; Then wield it, I ask, in your country's defence; . - , ir ,K. The Issue! before mis ls' clear'aud un clouded ; Shall the Nation be ruled by the Blue 'or the Gray? I, candidly ask,, fellow-soldier, and voter, "Which way is your mmket a to-day?" i to —JACKSON STANDARD. Somehow or Other. Life' has a burden for every man's shoulder ' None may escape from its trouble and care'; Miss it in youth, and 'twill come when we're older, 1 And fit us as close as the garments we wear. " " Sorrow. corues into our lives uninvited, Robbing our hearts of their treasures of song; Lovers grow cold and friendships are t slighted, .. , Vet somehow or other we' worry along: ' " i -.7 ' .Every-jflay toil is every-day .blessing, 'rhmifrh nftvorfv'a rtnt'loira a.irl n...Dt we" may share r ' Weak.is the back ,upon which burdens are pressing, ' " But stout is the heart that. Is strength " cned by prayer. Somehow or. other the pathway grows Just when we mourn there ,are none .. ,to betrieud; .... Hope la the heSrt makes the burden Seem lighter, -And 'somehow or other, we get to the end. - The Human Manufactory. A man, may eat and drink heartllv all day.isays an unknown writer, and sit anu lounga aooutji doing nothing, In one sense ofl'theiword ; but his body must keep ,haril at work.all the time or will die. Suppose the stomach re fused to work Within ten minutes' after hearty dinner, the man.would die of convulsions in.a few hours;!; or choler or cramp; colic would rack and wreck him. Supposing the .noi-ei nf the akin meaning thereby the glandular apparatus with which they aro are con- iiecteu snouui. go(X)na "strike," he would In an Jioqr be burning up with fever,; oppression, would weigh upon the SYStem. and SOnn hponmn tninn. 'portable. Suppose" tbe liver became muusn, .tne appetite would be an nihilated,, food j would be loathed, tor turing pains, would invade the small of the back, thbeart would; ache to burst ing. Suppose the kidneys shut up shop, danger mosj Imminent, sufferings unbearable, and.; death more .certain, would be the speedy and unenviable result. If the little "workshops of the eyehojgldjlose.Jn-an .hour lie could not shut nor open them without phys ical rprce,anq jrT another hour he such complication jf machinery iu wurmug uiuor jur meume is a miracle ot wisdom; but to work 'them by the pleasures of eating and drinking is a miracle of, beneficence BULLDOZING IN ALABAMA. No Place for a Northern Greenbacker. backer. Special to the Cincinnati Commercial. Washixotom, August 20. .1. H. Ran dall, the GrMnhiplr nrntnr whn aiiimn. ed Alabama, and had a narrow escape irom me Dniinnzpra h mw r h.i .re ceived a letter; from a gentleman In that State which gives this further testi- liionv to bulldortiKr 4tiii frnnHs In tl.A recent election : "It was currently reported here that you were killed at- Shubuta, and the Bourbons were iubilaut over It. I was attacked, abused and threatened at the polls, which were controlled bv about one hundred bulldozers, for expressing my opinion at their conduct. Thnrsttav dlght, alter the. election, they assem bled near my house, threw tire-brands into my yard and threatened me with violence, and that I should and must leave, and nearly frlzhtened mv familv to death by keeping up a frightful yell ing until past, midnight. They intim idated freedmeii. counted us out and counted themselves iu. I presume mAiiy other counties are like this. We beat them .600 majority but they count ed us-'out by 200 majority, making a change of 700 votes. We need, and ni tin have U.S. Marshals here to secure a fair election in No ember next. 1 aul now in danger of mob violence any night, but shall stand my ground until killed. You could not come here again ; they would murder you." Stephen A. Douglas, Jr. At Decatur. Illinois, on Wednesday of last week, Stephen A. Douglas. Jr.." was introduced as the nrlncinnl neit-pp at a Republican meeting, and we give below his Introductory remarks, as re ported in the Decatur Republican: J j ADIES A.VD UK.VTLEMKX It IS With peculiar pleasure that I have the honor to-night of appearing before an audi ence, many of whom remember mv father and knew him personally. You can scarcely tell how gratifying It Is to a son to think and to know that after he has rested quietly In the grave for nineteen years, that he is so kindly, so warmly I may say so tenderly re membered by his' people, and that on his account you should greet his sou with that heartiness which vou have shown me." The speaker was born a democrat, and in his youthful days the nnn.n n' .nn.tlla. .1 ... . i.du a iGVtlft SU.IIlll IU III CHI. He was ashamed to confess that In his youthful moments St. Pete.-. St. Paul and General Jackson were all mixed up itigeiiier, wnn tne ouas (iccmeuiy in favor of General Jackson. Applause. Ho then believed in total dcnravttv and universal damnation so far &3 the republican party was concerned. At that time ho did not know. what the Lord created the party for or why he permitted it to exist. He. believed that It was sent as a bitter trial to the saints and U has been a fearful trial 1" Great laughter. In his youth he was democrat a Douglas democrat: be fore he had attained his maioritv he at tended, a democratic meeting, and when the meeting was over, the crowd gave three cheers for Jeff. Davis: the act dfdn't sound right to him, and before he was 21, he had been converted Ihtol 'epubllcamsiu, and the more discretion he got the better republican he became.- he speaker then save a word picture of the evil deeds of the southern bull dozing Ku Kluxers, and recounted scenes of which he had personal knowl edge terrible and revolting deeds com mitted within the boundaries of Rock ingham Co., N. C, where he lived. The wife of an honest, hard-working negro was killed outright, and the hus band mercilessly flogged by a disguised band of white ruffians, now called dem ocrats. Another poor negro was hum; up in tbe very heart of a town in an ad joining county, and his glassy eyes snone upon his murderers- and their wives as tuey passed along the streets church on a Sunday summer morn ing. Some of the murderers who were identtned were arrested and tried, but southern "justice" to the blacks set them free and they are now at liberty yelling for Hancock. , JUDGE ORTON AND GEN. GRANT. Two Old Fellows Who are Going to Cast Their First Republican Vote. Chicago, Aug. 28. A Galena special says that last night lion. I'hllo P. Or ton, In a speech to' the Republican mass meeting, gave his reasons for leaving the Democratic party, with which he had acted for twenty years. He introduced uen. Urant, who, aiiiui In g to .nidge Orion's speech, spoke as tollows I did. not intend to speak when I came, here to-night. I am very much like Tudge Or ton. I have never madn Republican speecl! In my life, or any kind of a political speech. I am sure it would require some time and much preparation to make one of any length. 1 can. of course, ero a little further than Judge Orton. and say that I never Voted Republican i residential ticket in my life, and but one Democratic ticket, and that was many years ago, when I was a young man, but 1 will pledge you my word here to-nignt mat u i am spared, although I shall be at some, distance from you on the 2d day ef November, I shall return to .Galena to cast one Re- nubllcan vote for President of the United States, and I hope the city of Galena will cast a round Republican vote such as It has never cast before. A Hint to Young Husbands. Love and appreciation are to a woman what dew and sunshine are to the flower. They refresh and brlghtenher whole natural life. They make her strong-hearted and keen-sighted in ev erything affecting the welfare of her home, 'rney enanie ner to cneer ner. husband when tbe cares of life press heavily upon him, and to be a provi dence to her children. To know that her husband loves her, and Is proud of her; that even her faults are looked upon with tenderness; that her face, to one at least, is the fairest tace In tbe world ; that the heart which to her Is the greatest and noblest; holds her sacred In its utmost recesses above all other women, gives strength, and courage,' and sweetness, and vivacity wnicn an tue weaitn oi tne world could hot bestow. Let a woman's life be pervaded with such an Influence, and her heart and mind will blossom and sweeten and brighten in perpetual youth. E Pope's Toe. N. Ti Ectntna Pc. t. One of the candi dates on the Democratic State ticket Id Connecticut is eighty-one years bid. Stephen S. BlakS of Bridgeport, the uemocratic candidate lor secretary oi State-in Connecticut, Is an Irishman and a Roman Catholic, and was put; on f.hfi ttftfcftt fri 'rMnnn sa tf ft ripmnnil from- the Connecticut Roman 'Catholic newspapers that they who do the, bulb oi tne uemocratlc-voung in .Connecti cut should have recognition In the dis- trlbutlon of the honors. He is an antl- Tilden man. of Sign of the Gold Hand, Public Square, RECEIVES THIS WEEK A LARGE VARIETY OP : Hark Prints, Flannels, JEANS, BROWN & BLEACHED MUSLINS. Will also open several Nos. of their, popular BLACK FRENCH CASHMERES. By the last of this month $20,000 worth of Fresh New Dry Goods and Carpets, . - which will be sold at the Lowest Market Rates. We still have on hand a few of Gallipolis All Wool Jeans at 45c per yard. COME AND EXAMINE. August 12, 1880. we will S. display to the people BROSITJS. SIGN OF Have removed to their Mew Building on the Pnhlie Square, "Where with an unusually large Stock of i Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, We can more readily, and satisfactorily supply the wants of our increasing trade. Our New Store is well lighted on the darkest days, and we have had it lixed up with all the modern improvements with a view to the comfort and accommodation of 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 in our line cannot fail to ho pleased, as our assortment is large, arid contains all the latest Spring Styles, in both SE0E3 and HATS. Call and see for yourself. No trouble to show Goods. One price to all and that price we guarantee to be the lowest. March 25, 1880. THE COLD BOOT, IDS S GMH. DRUGGISTS". P A T c 3 f-LST a r 5? 31 n E N T 9 -a are" 3X M I C M V 3- n o s a 3 22 E D I I A fg2j 's Sill L 3 rt t o f o. S ssia'?tss,flf as aS S2a OS N w2 K 5g s"- o -a ' "23 H a en - 2 32. ?2 ? E" S ' S Cor. Court and 3d streets, GALLIPOLIS, .'OHIO. Feb. 26, 1880. THE New York Son FOE THE CAMPAIGN. The Wseklt Sux will be found a useful auxiliary by all who are earnest working for tbe reform of the "National Government. Believing that the evils which' have so lonsr beset the c6untrycan be cured only by a change the .party in power, Tpx-Siis earn estly supports, foe Breqldent and Vlce- irresiaeni, hancock anq kolisu. , In order that all those" who sympathize .with our, purposetltfosllHcIently co6Deratewltli us.' we -will send' The Lwut StW7 tO'iClubsr'akigTe siib- scrioers, post paiu, ior iwuutj-uvo eestft for tbe next three months. Address THE SUN. New York City. Aug 19, 1880 Ita t RELIABLE INDEMNITY. 1862 GEO. HOUSE, 1879 SUCESSOIt to the Old Established Agency of K. L. Stewart, Fire, in land, Marine, Life and Accident In surance. Antl: Etna, Hartford, Conn. .. Wfifafi'ii 19 Continental, New York.. 3,317,17-1 00 Insurance Co.. North America, l'ldladelplua, organized 1791 e,"w!,009 00 Underwriters A gency, "New York 3,302,020 00 Queen of Liverpool, Assets In U. S 1,011,791 00 Amazon, Cincinnati 003,317 00 German American, New York 2.471,781 00 British American, Toron- to.Canada, U.S. Branch, C7 1.4 15 00 Travelers, Life and Acclr dent, Hartford, conn. . 4,o.'Jj,4I. uu Niagara, New York 1,329,(J30 ia Flreinana Fund, San Fran cisco,. 761,221 00 Pennsylvania, Philadel phia , , 1,655,233 00 May 3. 1879 - GROCERIES, &C. OHARLB3 8BMON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries. Cuaiectlouaric, PrevUion-i, &c, COURTST., BET. SECOND & THIRD, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Respectfully asks, the citizens of Oalllpo- us to can at his establishment and 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, &c. Hr strict attention to business", sellingJ atsmau prouts, i,nope to meni a.ws or puouc patronage- OYSTERS .; by the can and half can of the best quality, arid" warrantedto be fresh.- uuuiNiitx fKuuuuK oi ail Kinua nMilcu, iu; niuuu bug mguu. m. price wm Dapaio. J. bv SADDLES AND SADDLERY. ESTABLISHED IN zi Manufacturer and Dealer in SADDLES, BBiSLISo Hariieas, Collars, Wagon and Buggy Whips; Lashes of all kinds; TRUNKS AND VALICES, LAP ROBES, DUSTERS, HARNESS OILS, Trace-Chains, Curry-Combs Horse-Bmshes, &c. COURT ST., - - OALLIPOLIS, O. CfTKepalrlng promptly attended to. Prices to suit the tltncs.J 3. M. Brandylterry, -THE COURT STREET Olotlxiex AND DEALER IK Furnishing Goods and Hats. April 3, 1870. R. SaFFORD. T. S. Brown. DENTISTS, OFHCES, SECOND ST. Aug. 11, 1879. POMEROY COAL. Full supply always on hand. Also, constantly on hand, the best Kanawha Lump, Nut and Slack Coal, the cheapest iu the market. iUy facilities arc sucu mat x can supply these coals, at any landing, the float or barge load, and'at prices to accommodate consumers. Office, at the lauding opposite the Dufour House; J. HAMILTON, Agent. May 8, 1879.