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Terms: $1 50 In advance, or $2 at the end of the year. WM. NASH, Editob OALLIPOLIS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 9, 1880. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOB PRESIDENT, Jas. &.. Garfield OF OHIO. FOB VICE PRESIDENT, CHESTER A. ARTHUR, OF KEff YORK. For Congress H. S. NEAL, of Lawrence. Presidential Elector L. M. BEMAN, of Gallia. State Board of Equalization WM. SYMMES, of Gallia. JOHN S. GILES, of Meigs. Republican State Ticket. For Secretary of State, CHARLES TOWNSEND. Jndge Supreme Court, GEO. W. McTLVAINE. Clerk of Supreme Court, DWIGHT CROWELL. Member Board Public Worka, S. R. HOSMER. State Commissioner of Schools, D. F. DeWOLF. County Ticket. Clerk II. R. BRADBURY. Auditor JOSEPH STAFFORD. Commissioner JOSEPH HOWARD. Inflrmarv Director PLEASANT GILLS. Coroner Dr. J. T. HANSON. Secretary Sherman is rapidly wiping out that Democratic legacy, the Nation al debt. During August the reduction amounted to $12,608,332. Do you want a"changer" m We have got the ITancock Confederate forces on the run. Keep them moving. Don't give them time to reform. . . n Secretary Sherman made five speeches In the State laat week. His unanswer able logic of facta and figures proves to bare disturbed the Democratic mind. Neal will run up with his ticket in Vinton county, says the Secord. Election in Maine next Monday, boom for Garfield is promised. Democrats are getting off their "stilts." They now sneak ot Indiana as the""post of danger." The Bulletin's Supplement Is Incom plete in one important particular It omits the "record of John L.Vance." The report that all but three of the Hancock' Club are candidates for Post Master, has evidence of truth. The Democrats of tho 8th Senatorial District will meet in this city to-day, (Thursday) to nominate two candidates for the State Board of Equalization. The Democrats are In trouble. Hut chins declines to carry their Congres sional standard. An effort Is being made to hare him reconsider and stick. The truth of the report that tho Con stitution of the Hancock Club and the Constitution of massacre Butler's rifle club la South Carolina are the same, we cannot roucb for. Don't forget the County election as you go along. The Republican ticket Is the best in the field. Every man on It Is competent and worthy. Every man on it is entitled to the full vote of the party. Stick-to your colors. ' The train that came In Thursday eve-? ning was polled with the following result : Garfield 57, Hancock 35. Chinch bugs are an evil. They should be eradicated. Democratic ora tors and editors should turn their minds In this direction. They cannot help Hancock. His case Is Settled. ITe only lacks burial. Go for the chinch bugs. Every time we read of a Democratic orator claiming that "Democratic legis lation had brought about a rerlral of business;" our belief In the doctrine ot total depravity receives new strength "Spoons" ana "Beast" will never more be said of Ben. F. Butler. He has gone over, "body and breeches," to the Democratic party, He. can steal all the "spoons" he pleas'es now, and the of fense will be condoned, so be only votes the clean Democratic ticket. A new and enlarged edition of the "Lost Cause," has just appeared. Will it be distributed as a campaign docu ment? Here is a quotation :The South Is rising from her ashes, and she grasps the scepter of power." It might have seemed thus In the start of the Han cock boom, but at present there are no signs that the South will "grasp the scepter of power." H. B. Bradbury, the Republican can didate for Clerk, was one of that large army of heroes j$o carried the muskets in Sherman's celbrated march to the Sea. That fact alone should seenre for him every Republican vote in the coun ty. His. opponent,- Mr. Mlnturn, may be a clever gentleman, but cleverness is a- myth, compared with the act of heroism performed by the "boys" in their march through the heart of the Southern Confederacy. Let no Repub lican go back on any one of that band of heroes. Gen. Grant puts a new face on Gen. Hancock's administration in Louisiana. He says: "Gen. Hancock, instead of subordi nating the military power to the civil power of the United States Government, simply subordinated it to. that civil power which we had sought four years to overthrow, but which Johnson's pol icy was then galvanizing into new life." This makes it plain enough why the Sonth is "solid" for- Hancock, Tho South knows her man. County Ticket. News. The steamer City of Vera Cruz, from New York to Vera Cruz, sunk in a terriblo hurricane off the coast or Florida last week with .seventy-fire persons, among who was Gen.Tor bert, on board." ' . fe Tho Ohio (State Fair nude elear $34,000. , Geo. Mitchell, a colored'wlfe rairfderer at Troy, O., to be hnng last Friday has been reprieved by Gov. Foster until the 17th. President Hayes Is off 'on a visit to the Pacific coast. A convict in the Delaware penlten tlary was Injured by a falling wall and has brought suit against the, State for damages. Tom McDanlel, a. desperado, was taken oucoi oea, in i u-xa way cumnj , last week, by a masked raob.rfsnd banged. i The public debt was reduced $12,000, 000 iu August. At the reunion ot soldiers at Canton last week, there were, over .40,000 men in the procession. Senator Carpenter, of Wisconsin, is dangerously ill with Bright' disease. at Milwaukee. , Brave Words. On the 8th of April, 188 J, Alexander. Long, member of theXtlohaI,Hous'e';of Representatives from theSecomTDlstriet of Ohio, in a full meetlnzof the Home in committee of the whole, openly de .dared. MmselMn favor 6T? recognizing too aoutnern 'uomecieraer. uarneiu answered his speech paragraphs: .Here are some "After the terrible fall, Satan lifted no his shattered hnlk. crossed the abyss, looked away into Paradlse,:and, solllo- uiilzlntr. said: iiicn way I ay is neii mrseir am hell.' It seems to roe in that utterance he expressed tho very sentiment to which you have Just lis tened, tittered by one no -less ;rrave malign and fallen. This man gathers ud the meanine of this ffreat contest the uhllosonhv of the moment, the prophecies of the hour, and In sight of the paradise of victory and peace, utters his conclusion in this wail of terrible despair, 'Which way I fly Is hell.' He ouirhttoadd. Mvelf am hell.' "But now, 4 when hundreds of brave; souls nave cone up' to una under tnc shadow of the flag, and when thousands more maimed and snattereu in tne con test are sadly awaiting the deliverance of death; now, when .three years of terrific war have raged over us, when our armies have nushed the rebellion back over, mountains and rivers, and crowded it Into narrow limits, until wall of fire srfrds It: now. when the up lifted hand of a majestic' people Is about tq let fall the lightning of Its conquer ing power upon tne reDeiuon; now, in the quiet of this hall, hatched in the low est depth ot a similar nark treason there riea a Benedict Arnold, and pro poses to surrender us all up, body and spirit, the gallon and the flag, Its genius and Its honor, now and forever, to tile accursed traitors to our .country. And that proposition comes God forgive and plty'my' beloved State"! comes from a citizen or tnc honored ana loyal com monwealth or onio "I Implore you, brethren, In thlr House, not to believe that many births ever gavo pangs to my 'mother State, such asbe snneren when-that traitor, was born. Suppressed applause and sensation. I beg you' not to bellevd, that on the soil of tbaTState another such growth haffever deformed the faco of nature and darkened . the light of God's day. - - "Suppose the policy of the (rentlenian were adopted to-day. Let tho order' go forth; sound the "recall" oh' your bu gles, and let It ring from Texas to the Car Atlantic and toil the arniies to .come back ! Call the victorious legions' back over the battle-field of blood, forever now disgraced. Call them .back over the territory they .have conquered . . , r- ( . ' , . . . ' ana reueemeu, taem dsck aun.icr. the minions of secession chase them with derision and Jeers as they come, and then tell them that that man across the Isle, from the free state of Ohio, gave birth to the monstrous proposition." Gen. Grant fitly says that the Repiib lican party should never be beaten un til every-man cancathls vote just as he fpleases, and can have it counted Just as he cast it. Probate Court. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Daniel M. Blake, and Hattie C. Weath- erholt. .loslah Rurafield and Kate-Mays.- Geo. W. Crawford and Ellen McDanlel. Theodore Dean and Julia Trickier.- Martin S. Taylor and Sarah C. Olbrant, Pilate' Booth and Lizzie Cochrane. Jeremiah Harrison and EIIzh A. Swain. J. W. E. Shelino and-Hattle Melcger. OTHER MATTERS. Philo Rlnley was appointed Admin istrator do bonis non, of Wm. J. Price. deceased. Wm. J. Ross. Administrator of Wm Ro?s, deceased, tiled his first account. Transfers of Real Estate. Ohio. John Slater and others to A , McFarm. 15 acres: 1175. O. R. Smith to Board of Education of Ohio tp., part of Lot No. 10 In the Village ot iuaaensDurg; fiu. Raccoov. L. B. Proso to Leonard Rhodes, Lots Nos. 24 and 20 in the vli lage of Centrevilie: $2000. Harrison. Wm H. Eagle to Augusta C. DeWItt, 40 acres: 650. Geo. W. Smith, by C. B. Blake. Sheriff, to George serner; sua acres ;.fz,7m 07. Cuksui re State of Ohio to Joseph Bradbury, 04 acres; fill. SraiNGriKiD. John X. Kerr to C. W. Kerr, 1.75 acres;-25. Charles W. Kerr to Henry Blanc, 131 acre; $4.50. Caixipoms City. G. W. Vlnev and Catherine Vlney to McKendrln M. A. Sprague, part of Lot No. 473; $450; Conrad Muenz to-Thomas .T. Jackson. 6 Inches off of Lot No. 20; $20. Gmox. Jacob Knicht to E. J. Gra ham, 46 7-100 acres ; $800. " Resolutions of Respects. Whereas, It' has 'pleased Almlrfitv God to remove troni Court Hope No. 7, I.,0. E. to. the High Court above, our worthy and esteemed Brother, Hugh rnorne; Jtesoived, That in the death of Bro. Thome this Court has sustained the loss of one, of its early and industrious mem bersone whom wo had learned to re spect and esteem for his goodness of heart and kind disposition in all his relations with the Brethren of this Court. Setohed, That we tender to his widow and family our sincere sympathy, be lieving that their and our loss has bf en bis gain. Hetnhed, That a copy of the above resolutions be senpto his .family, and the Sec'y be ordered to spread them on ' the Record of this Court, and have them published In the city at papers.. Dr. JNO. 8ANNS, 1 F. M. HOLLOWAY, A. NEWTON, GEO. W. HORNER, Committee, Gallipolis, Ohio, Aug. 25th, 1880. Gallipolis, Ohio, Aug. 25th, 1880. Lost. A Notarial Seal, on thcroad be tween Gallipolis sand Rio. Grande. Tho finder will bo suitably rewarded by leaving-the-saae.with the under signed or at the foiore of W. H. Mitchell. of Gallipolia. it A. A. MOULTON, Rio Grande, Ohio. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Hot Water from Our Local Pot. D. H. BaldrMge makes a splendid presiding oMcer. g.W. F6in& Is onerf the:lestjand most effective workers Injthe pirty. tie deserresTthe hosor of being Secre tary of the Garfield' club. 3 " "Col. nampton Is considered a good' organizer and the boys always go 'round and get some hints. We wpuU Hkjs.toseeji polttlcal hub so mud-covered as to scare W."W. Mar tindale off. Don't Dr. Needham raise thedeyll when the boys tldn't rkfp about tn'suft him. It takes W. P. Botce to read the pedi grSe)fihe reSafa 5 JoetStafford.salway8 thinks of sorae thingsomehody else forgets. Is if to be capesfcap and torch J Col. Cadot is the man of expedients and they put, him at the head of the class, i It The Democracy below 'the deadline mnsn't forget that Henry Shoemaker liyes down in ttiejlrst Ward. I Wherrihe flghtibeginsljust strip Pete Prltchett and give him an acre to begin on. How would two tenors, drum and "Tflfe do??-; ... oncvbise John wySmlth oecasJjUlygoes up town and looks after the Inevitables. Simp. Cowden seems to understand S iHowf would SOOffyoiifor tUerciub Judder ent noiui jinetreinsoijt. in Morgan. Hon; are the boys up at Kyuer, Dr Johnston. Beady fpr business? Maxon musn't forget the Second Ward because he has a ferry boat, Hlgglns belongs to the Fourth Wan! now ana ne must cultivate -acquaui tances. Can't Charley White put his grip on the First Ward to some .use this year. Does'Beman come dowh often and look brer the roll? , ; , When It coioe3 down to work you will find Ira Booton the fmteat alow In this rallrnml town. Don'tTorget that'raeetlngatthe Court House, Saturday night. Will J. M. Alexander see that the soldiers come overfto'the Court '.Uoue, Saturday night. Ton see we are going;to have some music and so will meet at 7 o'clock P. M. and go after the speakers. ' - Just keep cool until the 22d and you will hear Gen. John Beatty. He's the stalwart. Garfield Club. -An enthusiastic crowd- of- Republl cans met'at tliovCourt House oh Satur day night and organized la Garfield Cfub. 'W. II. C.'; Eckcr was chosen as Temporary Chairman aud W. P. Small as Temp. Secretary. A comraftte con' sifting of- W. C.' H. Neodham, Jos Stafford; C. B. .Blake, X. Bj. Prltchett and O.'O.jniggins reported the follow ing as permauent omcers; 01 uiu;iuu PresldeHtrL.JZfCadot; Vice President, D. H. Baldriilge, Ass't Vice Presidents, H. OiT Shoemaker, G. l.nigglns and itoot. aiitciieii; Hecretary, w.j'.Hmaii Ass't, P. T. Wall. A". F. Moore was appointed as a Com mi t tee of one to collect funds for the club.i J.iVT.f MeCormlok addressed the club with bis uunl l;or and created much enthusiasm. Members repotted lstWard:42: 3d Ward. 58: 34 Ward 59; 4tH-WTrdi - 51. -Several "llstSiwere not reported. The momwrshlp now exceeds 250. Ex., Committee, Ecker, Davis, Wyhe, Bolce and ' Martlndale, AdJournedtoSept.il. ' ' D. H. BALDRIDGE, Vice Pres. W. P. SMALL, Sec. Saw Mill Explosion. on portable fiaw mill of John Donnally, on the tarm or 11 1 ram wuicox, jr. about two miles from Vinton, ox ploded itk boiler, rendering the mill a total "wreck." Samnel Davis, son of Charles Davis, of Vinton, was on top ef the boiler fixing the water pump which was not working well, when the.dioiler burst, and ho was instantly killed. Ills' head was smashed, his clothes blown- off, and his body scalded. Wesley Donnally, a young man, son of the owner of the. mill had his skull fractured and was bad ly scalded. He died the next morn ing. Lorain McMillin, a young man, san of Air. Asher AicAiuiln, was scalded all over, and died tb'e next morning. Harrison Donnally, an other son of the proprietor had thigh bone broken in two places, and badly scalded on back and arms. Is at this writing ,alireidt will in all probability die within twenty-four hours. Meredith Donnally. nnother son of the owner of the mill, was cut on the top of the head and scalded on the legs. Will probably survive. Jacob Mieneheln, another young roan was hit in the breast, and will get along. G. Q. Rhoads, son-in law of the owner of the mill, was knocked down, and received . slight injuries. A boggy to which was at tached a horse, standing hear the mill, was blown to pieces, andthe hind legs of the horse broken. Mr. Donnally at the time of the accident at home sick. Ail the parties inj'pred and killed were young .men between 21 and 26 years of age, The accident has cast quite a 'gloom over the community. A New Coal. The members of the Jocbxaz. office have .received ajample.oLcoalmlned Eagle Furnace, and shipped hereby the O. 4s W. Va. R. JL, We have. tested the coai.and find .the ; following bnrns without cinder, holds beat well, pro duces little ash and is adapted for grates as well as for cook stoves. The grain Is coarse, having the appearance of cannel coal. Wc hail an expert Scotch coal miner to examine It and he pronounces superior to the Pomeroy coal. Two car loads have been shipped as a tester, and Wiled to that man 6? enterprise, Geo., House. Buy ypar Tlbw Points at Kling Dages and yoa will go borne Tiic demand of the hoar Is that, the City Council pa3s and enforce ail ordin ance against ooys, wno nave .no mi ti neas at tlie railroad station, going there upon the" arrival of twins. This will. stop the worst act, that of crossing the track before approaching trains, -and ranniog ahead of Incoming trains." Parents should keep their boys at liome, and if they- harn no parents, then the police should shake the arm of paternal power over them. When the 7:30 train comes it Is almost Impossible to get It to the depot for the crowd of boys on the track; and further,. passengers can hardly get off the train upon the-plat form for Idle boys standing: around The Tall road officials should keep the platform clear and the police should keep the track clear. Somebody will get killed; a locomotive nerer wounds. Tho- entries at the 'Fair aro unusual In number. Bright and Dana of W. Va., have promised to have their excellent trotting horses present. The speeders at the Pt. Pleasant Fair will also be present. Tho special train for the Fair will arrive at the depot at 9:15 a. m., aud depart at 5:50 p. m. Come and see the greatest crowd ever gathered wtthln the gates of the Society. im m tw J. G. Henshaw, of Green Township, had two valuable horso killed by light ning Sunday. For the Gallipolis Journal. Evergreen and Vicinity. years desire the people of Evergreen and vicinity can behold the long-looked for "iron horse," leaping through the valleys and hills, although there is no station here yet. It will be to the Interest of the company to make one here; the grade' Is" already made, and ties enough to lay the side track already on the ground. From 4,000 to 5,000 bushels of coal can he sold here annually, besides the travel, shipment of farm products, &c. Give ns a station. Mr. David WoraeldorflT, wife and daughter, of Gallipolis. have been vis iting here the past week, tho guests cf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blake. Mr. Millard Blake and Miss Kate Wetherholt were married Thursday evening, Sept 2nd. A number of gnests were present for tho occasion. Mr. Wallace Ramsey- and family, in company with Mr. Virgil, are off to Nicholas, Co., W. Va., for a month's visit. C. W. Kerr has sold his farm to Mr. Henry Blanc. Mr. Kerr intends locating in the West. Mr. Elias Wetherholt has sold bis farm to Mr. Cole. Mr. Wetherholt intends goin into the furniture and undertaking business at rorter. Mr; L. B. Dyer and E. J. Mossman are attending school at Kio Grande. Mr. J. II. Morrison is doing a live ly business in the way of selltn, groceries. If .ur. Morrison sings when he weighs a pound of sugar, it' all right; it s a gal. Miss Minnie Walker, of Delaware, O., is hero visiting relatives. Evergreen is still improving. Mr, Peyton Long and Marcus Denney have each erected a new dwclltn house, and Mr. F. M. Shields is bnilding a store house. Weaterman Uhapel has neon un dergoing repairs during the past week. The tall school will open about the middle of the present month Miss Lib Gravum, a thorough and com pe ent teacher, will have charge. William Watts, jr. contemplates going to Kansas about the first of next month. HOME SPUN. For Gallipolis Journal. The Patrons and Farmers i Gallia County, will hold a basket picnic in the Grove near the village of Northup, a miles from Gallipolia, on the 30th day of Sept., 1880, com men dug at 10 a. m. J. 11. litQgham, master 'Jblo Mate Grange, will be present and address the people.on subjects of interest to all agriculturalists. It is to be hoped that all persons who desire to see the agricultural interests of this country keep pace with other in dustries, will lay their cares and prejudices aside and give the honored speaker such a reception as his post tion and abilities' deserve. Other speakers -arc expected, Instrumen tal and vocal music will he provided and all who can are requested to bring samples of grains, vegetables. fruits, drc, with wreaths, flowers, mottoes, banners and anything that may add to the interest of the orca sion. Patrons are requested to wear the sash. W. T. BUCKLE, Committee. W. T. BUCKLE, Committee. Walnut--Garfield and Arthur Club. The Rennbllcans of Walnut Town ship had a spirited raectinsr at Mud Sock, Ang. 28th, and formed a club with the tnllowlnz officers : Pres.. O W. Tope: VIce-Pres.. .fesse 8 wick: ftec., u. w. Allison; Asst. Sec.. J. F Drummond; Treas., J. II. Clark: Ser- geant-at-anns, Cornelius Queen; Ass't v. 11. iirummond : Kxecutivo Mm mlttee, G W. Tope. H. W. Allison, J. H. Clarki D. V. Watts and Perrv uiaric. The Annual Dls. Con. of Gallinolls uis. w. r: n. m. win be held In Clav i;nanei n. n. unurcn, wan creek eir cult, September the 22d, beginning at i5 o'clock p. m. Service azaln at night. The' Knreka Aux.. with which the Con. meets, will cheerfully en tertaln all who may come, both del egates . and visitors. We bespeak large attendance. Mrs. E; Rlggs, of Eure.ka. O.. is one of tho Committee on Kntertalnment. We ask the friends of the cause throughout the Pis. to join with us in earnest, fervent nraver for the baptism of the Spirit, the power of the presence oi uie lftm. M. MARSHALL. Dis. Sec. Joshua P. Coburn. for manv years a resident of Salem, died of naralvals of me mroat on tne zuui or August, at tne residence of his son, Harmon Coburn, in Muskegon county, Michigan, lacking uc one montn ot oeiotr U5 veara or am Squire Coburn came to Mclcs ronntv about tlje year 1819, and held the office of justice oi mo rcacc for a period of 31 yean. The Misses Irene and Kato Waddelb oi aiason city, returned rrora an ex tended visit among friends iu Iowa, Mrs. Dr. Clark; of Zancsvllle. Is visit ing the family of her father, Mr. James ... . . 1 . . r n. . ' a. waaueu, m jnason CUV. rem. Tel egraph.. to For the Journal. There was a blrthdav nartr eiven to Mrs.. M..D. J. Hlckerson.last Sunday, her residence in Huntington town- ship, It being; her 67th .birthday. She received quite a number of presents. She. ia as jolly and lively as the' girls of sweet sixteen. - i Friendly Overtures. We did not accompany the excursion Ists ta, Gallipolia but many who did, have requested as to spe ik of their visit and klnd-receptlou by the good people of Gallipolia aad Pt. Pleasant.- Tbey were, unaiy received aua ttospttauy treatedby all, and thcue. big hearted people, of Galllpolls sad Pt. Pleasant who without notice provided sneechea. friendly greetings, water melons, re freshments of- every kind, boat rides and the pleasure of a day's happiness havo made a friendship that will last beyond the melancholy days of No?em ber. XcArthur Journal. MARRIED. . ,GDY LAUER. At PIqua, O., Wed nesday, sept l, by Key. J.yman J. Fisher, J no. L,Gcr,Jtq., of this city, to Miss Ecizakxth H. Lacxr, of Con- over, O. BLAKK WETHERHOLT At the residence of the bride's parents. Sept. 2d, 1830, by the Rev. J. W. McCormlck. Mr- Millard Blake to Mls Kits Wethkrholt. The Porter Garfield Band were In at tendance and furnished excellent music. We are indebted to the hostess for sample of wedding cake. BUSINESS NOTICES. Purchase your Dry Goods of VOl B. TRUMP, No. 3 Gourt street. All Goods re commended and sold by him, will prove as represented. TO GALLIA COUNTY FAIR, Sepl'8tUOti&lliU On above dates the Ohio and West Virginia Railway Co. will sell ronnd trip Excursion Tickets for all regu lar Trains. Also for the Special Train, which leaves Logan on each of above named dates, at 5:45 a. m., arriving at Gallipolis at 9:15 a. m. Returning, a Special Train will leave Gallipolis, Sept, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th, at 5:50 p. m. Passengers to avail themselves of Excursion Rates, must purchase tickets before enter ing the Train. Applet and Cider Can he find In any quantity by leaving orders at Barlow's Shoe Store. Sep. 2, 18S0.4w ' FIRST ARRIVAL Of the Season! Mrs. J. Howell has re turned with all the Latest Styles in French Patterns, Hats and Bonnets; also, Rib bonsFlowers and Feathers. Call and see them. Court street. iw Sept 2, 1880. 4w School Books covered free with Holden's Book Covers, at E. T. .Moore's New-" Book Store. They preserve the liooks. Leave orders at. once. Something New for Gen- tlemen. BRANDYBERRY has now on hand a new and complete line of everything iir the way of Gent's wear embracing everything Irom a Neck Tie to a full Suit of Clothes. OHIO FEMALE COLLEGE AND CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. The 47th year will open Sept. 14th, with a renewed purpose to keep abreast the best American Col leges for women, In both matter and methods of teaching Experienced instructors take charge of all classes. Elegant apartments, refurnished and healed by leam. Hack in waltine at Newark for trains which lcav Columbus about noon, and at Union Statlpn for one leaving via B. & O, at 5:15 P. M. For further nartic ulars address W. P. KERR. A M.f Principal, Granville, O. Angust 26, 1888. 4w Every.man in this county that wants a dIow ought to buy the "South, Bend Chilled," as it is undoubt edly the bestPlow to-day in America. Sold only by J. M. KERB & CO. Aug. 26, 1S80 4w C. M. Fillmore & Co. add to their Fall Stock of Notions a nice line of Prints. Aug. 19, 1880 4w The place to get a cheap and dur able Cook- Stove is at Kling- fc Dagea. TEA! The BEST TEA in town for the money, or for any money, at MILLS & 00'S Wholesale And Retail Drug Store. Ang. 12, 1880. A Blessing; That terrible disease. Chronic Ca- tarrb, can be cured In every case by uwg me uuKSJjuau uatabkh CURE. It is free from all objections which obtain In the use cr other reme dies, and has cured thousands of Invet erate chronic cases. Send for circulars O BLENESS & CO, Athens, O. Cheapest Neck Wear, Hosiery and Perfumery, always at C. M. FILLMORE fe CO'S. June 10, 1885 4m . p The handsome thing for ybnr house, is one of the nice Ckaa ber Setts on view at Sovie. Pltrat ACo. to OPENS pt. 8th. Xiajsrt Tear rtioyo Wore Exhibitors from 24 States, and 422.957 Visitors. MACHINERY OP ALL KINDS IN MOTION. WONDERFUL INVENTIONS OF THE AOS. GRAND ART DISPLAY. HUNDREDS OF BEAUTIFUL PAINTINGS, STATUARY, Sc. SUPERB DISPLAY OF PLANTS & FLOWERS, in the GRAND CONSERVATORY. MUSIC MORNING. AFTERNOON AND EVENING. MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Arrangements have been made for EXCURSION RATES on all Railroad Centering la the City. 51 Aiapie Accatamogations ainui&LS ana K iAUKAnia for au Visitors. It yon are in need of Stove Re pairs call on Kling & Dages and they will fit von out. S. M. Brandyberry will make you a nice fitting suit at a low figure. maohine'work. kling & daces Wish to inform all who may have anything to do in the Machine Line, that they are now prepared to do All kinds of Machine Work, on short notice and at prices to suit the times. lr. Isaac Scott's Celebrated Liver Pills Are a sure cure for Liver Complaints anil all Rlllnna TMspnspa. Thorn U disease no common aa that of the liver, and no one which so frenuentlv le- ranges the other organs of the digestive system. Dr. Scott's nils operate pleas- .... .. ..n.i itlHillAIIMlf l'iri.lir npAHlinlnH pain or alukncM. The most delicate, females or children can use them safely. Let no one fall to try them, a? a single1 trial will convince any one of their great merit. For sale by all Druggists. juiy za, isu ly Ijegal Notice. MA BY EWINO. and John Ewln? her hns. tutul; William K. McLenb; John S. Mr Tlsh: Lizzie K. Mclhh. Oafrie F- Mclih, Anoa It. Mrfith, a minor under the ag fourteen Tears: rrauk Ainisn. a minor tinner the ajje ot fourteen years, and Nora B. McIIsh, a minor unaer ine g or iounen rear, oi me connty or Worth, in the State of Mlivourl. Kill take notice that a petition was Uled against them and others, on the 4th day or September, A. D.18H), In the Court ot Common rieas within and tor the county r Gallia, and State of Ohio, hy Annie Belle Wool ruff, and Is now pendlnz. wherein laid Annie Belle Woodruff demands partition of the following real estate, to-wit: (11 situate in .Moriran town-bin. flallis j-onnty and State of Ohio, the wet half of the norul-weftc quarter oi peciiou no. as, 'ivwntiiiip No. t.of Ranire No. IS, or the Ohio Company's I'nrchaso. containing 80 acres more or lr (i.) Also another tract In the Tuwnblp. County anil State aroreail and adJolnioK tho aforesaid tract, and In tho sonlh-wet coruor of Section So. 3S. Towntblp No. 1,or KangnNo. 15, of the Ohio Company's Pnrchase.and lKundel a Mlows. to-wit: fietrfnnlnx nt the south-He-t corner of said Section No. S3: thenoo running north on I he west line of said section to the road from Ilntland. in Melts county, to Vinton, in Oallla county: thence a north-easterly direction with said road to the croslnr ot the Galllpolls and Wllkearille road; thence a aoutb.eutrrly direction with said Gallipolis and Wilkesvlle road, to the south line of said Section No. 35 theuce-west. with said south Hue to the place ol beginning, supposed to coutaln 10 acres more or less; excepting snereirum ino louowinir ur scribed tract: lieglnnlng uear the koiuh-wext corner ot ani pecuou wnere ivioinson' uun crosses the town.hip line lietwccn Huntington and Morgan townships, following the meander ing of said run In th center np north-easterly to the mouth ot Roherta Run which runs through Henry S.aton's farm: thence north westerly by a nig oak stump to the road leading from Rutland, in Meigs county, to Vintou. In (iallia conntv: thence alonr said mail south westerly to the township line; thence south on said line to the place nf liegtnning. supposed to contain i acre mora or ie4. rs 1 Also a certain tract or oarcet of laud In the north half of the east half nf the north-eait quarter ot Section No. 13. Township No. 7, of Range No. 18, and described a follows: com mencing 29 rods south of the north-east corner oerroi ; tnenre ronin wuu me section ana loivu shlo line SI rod mom or less to Duncan Mc Irish's land: tlienr west with the said Mullsh lint to Robinson's Run: thence up said run until by running a due .west course It will stri ke the south-east corner or Joseph II. lterr land in the road leading from Vinton to Rutland hy llirara Wllirox's lanu; inence a nonn.easteriy course with said road to a tree known ai the big beech, and a sugar tree at a little bridge; and thence a south-easterly conrse with the south lineof apiece nf land told to Milton Kent to the place of beginning, supposed to contain M acres more or less. In said connty of fiallla and State of Ohio. .) Also a certain parcel nf land sltnate In Huntington township, county of Oallla, and State of Ohio, bounded and described as rollows, to-wltf beginning at the south-east corner ol the north-west quarter of Section No. iS.Towu sblp No. T.ot Range No. 16, of Congress lands sold at ChllUcnthe, Ohio; and rilnnlng from thence west 9 rods to a stake In the rnn; thence down said run with the meanders thereof a north westerly direction to the east anil west middle line of said qnarter section; thence east with said middle line to the east line or eild Section ; thence south with said section line to (he place of beginning, containing 13 acres, more or less; and that at nett term of said court the raid Annie Belle Woodruff will apply for an order that partition may be made or said prrmues, and that the dower estate of Ann McCelsn therein may be assigned to ber ANNIE BKLLK WOODRUFF. By White & Ilolcomb, her Att'yi. Sept fl, law w Legal ITotiee. TOSKI'H BAKER, resident of the Stale of Mln O nesota. the conntr being unknown i frank Uaker. a resident of Virginia or West Vlrailnlu. Dot the particular connty or place beinsr un. known: 1'on are hereby notified thatCbanncey M. Holcomb, as Trustee nnderthe last wilt and testament of Henry Swindler, deceased, did, on tbe7lhdar of SeDtember.lDgu. ale in the Oonrt pt Common Pleas In and for Gallia Connty and .State of Ohio, bis petition azalnst yon and others as iuo ni-irs or areaenca jiaser, fieceasci, arerlnsf that Henry Swindler, now deceased did on tlieSUt day nf Jannarr. 1M8. Dnrchase at the sale of lands for dellnauent taxes of (lalll. connty. sae loiiowinr iieserirjeu real esrate, to wn: me sontn-west quarter or the south-east quarter of Section number lirteen. Town four.ol Kaageslxteen. Also flrteen acres in thesouth east anarter of the southeast qnarter In Section. awn kuu nsnrn siorcsaiaan id uauia connty in the state of Obln. That said Swindler durin? his life, and his i-rnstee since bis death, have nald all Taxes and assessments' azalnst said land from the date of sata purcnase, amounting to tho nam or ninety uoiiaro anasBTeniy.ionrcents. That on the 11 U dar of Julv. 18b0. the said Chauncey M. Holromb, Trustee as aforesaid, caused a deed to be executed to him as snch rnutee In trust for the nse and benefit of the estate of said Henry Swindler, eonreylnlnee. ineiiueio me real estate aioresam. massaii plaintiff claims title In fee. to all or said prem ises, except as to minor heirs. The Dediion Dran that be mar bare partition of said premises as against tbe minor heirs, and oe qumteain nisuue as some annus; mas as said minor heirs, that the proportion or taxes, penalty, Ac that may ho found to be due from them mar be declared a Hen upon their share ol said real estate, and that the same may he (sold satisfy the same, and for all proper and suit able relief, ton will demur or answer to said DeOtlon on orbelorethe Sth day ol,XoTcmber next, Sep. tcmuvr ?f inu, SAfttUKJ, A. r Abll, Att'y tot Plaintiff. Sept 9, 1880 6 w Notice of Oo-Paxtiiership, XXTTf; THE UNDEBSlOIsTED have TT uiis.nay entered Into a to-D3 nereuip mr mo opectsi Practice ol Medicine. The stvle. of akl rv-na rt- tiemnip to ue ALCOB b LilTXlff. ; a t & m June oto, 18SO.- xc, &. o. ALoacarx. n. C. A. LATXfW, M. D. Sept .9, 1830. nnl ' . of The Best Chance. For Bargains in "Wall Paper, Window Curtains and Fixtures, Frames, Chromos, Stationery, Croquet, 'Arch ery, Bird Cages, &c, IFOIR, 30 ID.A.3r SI Will be Found at NEW BOOK STOEE, Neal's Old Stand, Gallipolis, Ohio. T lUflT. OUnn V I GOOD hHniTn UlUUrv ' Call at once and get Special Prices on above Goods. THE NEW DAVIS SEWING MACHINE, Warranted to be The Best in the market, sold here as low as any other good machine. Call and see it work ing and what it can do. Sign of , 0 100ft NEW BOOK STORE. July 8. 1880. GOODS! LOW PRICES! NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. i LA OIK'S A.N'O STOItK-KEKrEIlS You can nt CUnlr-a (land clieaD. Iir wrltinr on a'Postal for our Price LUt. which enables yon loontrrbumait the liest way, and see the many kinds of Merchandise we Keep tor saie at sur. irislnirlr low urires. ne vena samples ot lamhnres. l,ace. Ribbons. FrlmfC. Ac If re inesicd. We sell Wholesale and Hetsll for Cah own. A new combination srstera enables us to quote rery close prices. We have tl, $1 and $5 packages of notions which raunnt be bought for twice the money elsewhere, all wanted in CTery family. Money returned if not satlsfac. WT- .. . .. nonunion ec nuiton, u rremoni at., Boston, JIass. A YKAK and expenses toagenU Outfit I'ree. Address f.O. VlUK- RV. Augusta, Maine AJlVEHTISEItS! send for our Select List of Local Newspapers. Ueo. 1. Kowell A Co., 10 Spruce st., y. V. Sept. 2, 1880 Iw OLDEST DRUG STAND. DEALKR Drugs, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Widow Glass, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, etc., etc. I have on hand, and am constantly being supplied with A LARGE ASSORTMENT OV Patent Medicines, Wmcn I AH flKLLINO TO GRANGKRS ano all OTHERS at greatly REDUCED PRICES, FOR CASH Cash must attend all Or ders, otherwise the usual charges will be made. CARBOLIC BLACK INK, never moulds and freezing will not injure. Dr. JOHN SANNS to Xiook Out for Paint. All kinds of Lead, and mixed Paints; (kilors, dry ..anil in oil; Varn ishes, the very best, all at bottom prices at ; MILLS & CO'S Wholesale and Retail Drue Store. Aug. 12, 1880. Jno. Dages & Co. now have tin largest arid cheapest line of staple V ool and Fur Hats in the city. A Large and Fresh Stock of pu re Drags and Drug Sundries at MILLS & CO'S .Vholesalc and Retail Drug Store. Aug. 12, 1880. A verjvdesirable business property, ;entrally located, for rent or sale. Jail on J. D. BAILEY, . Second Street. July 29, 188'0-tf my a GENERAL ELECTION. SHERIFF'S Proclamation. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, GALLIA COUNTY, OHIO, September 1st, 1880. To the Qualified Voters of Gallia County, Ohio: Whkrkas, By the Iiws ot Ohio reg ulating elections, It Is required of the Sherlft of his county to give notice be fore the time of holding a Geueral'EIec tion, by proclamation throughout the county, of the time on which such elec tion Khali be holdeu : Now, therefore. In mirsuance of such requirements, I, C. B. BLAKE, Sheriff of Gallia County, Ohio, do hereby pro claim, and make known that the Second Tuesday in October, A. D. 1880, (Rkino thb 12th DAI, OP saiomoktii,) is, by the Conntl tutton and Laws of Ohio, .appointed me (lay on wiileh the quall fled electors of Oallla County are notified to meet in tneir respective Townships, Precinct and WanU at their tiinal or proper places designated for holding elections, between the.hours of 8 o'clock In the forenoon' and C o'clock In the allernoon of said dar, and then and there proceed to vot hy ballot for the following onicefs, to-wlt: One .Secretary of State for the State of Ohio; One Judge of the Supreme Court for the State of Ohio; One Member of the Board of Public Worku for the State of Ohio; Ono Clerk of the Supreme Conrt for the Stale of Ohio; One Commissioner of Common Schools for the State of Ohio; One member of Congress, for the Elev enth (11th) District of Ohio, composed of the counties of Oallla, Lawrence, Scioto, Jackson, Vinton and Hocking; Two Members ol the State Board of Equalization for the District (8th Sena torial) composed or the counties of Oal lla, Meigi, Lawrence 'and Vinton One Clerk of the Courts fur the county of Oallla; One Auditor for the conntv of Oallla: One Coinrataloner for die county of Oallla; One fnflrmary Director for the. county of Oallla; One Coroner for the county of 'GaUIa, Apportionment of Jurora. And the Trustees of the.several Town ships, Precinct and Wards In said county of Gallia are hereby nottaed that the following number of Jurors are apportioned to their Townships, Precinct and Wards respectively, and that they are required to select the said number, and make return thereof the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, together with the Poll-Books; Addison Township. , 7 Cheshire Township S Cheshire Precinct 5 Clay Township 6 Galllpolls Township 4 Green Township .- 7 Greenfield Township r... 5 Guyan Township -...i 9 Harrison iownsniji.... w u Huntington Township.. 3 Worgan Township....... i 7 unio Townsuip .......-.. 7 ferry Township..;. C Kiiccoon Township..." 8 Springtleld Township..' S Walnut. Township.-.-.-.!.-, .-a.-.-.-.. . 8 Gallipolis City 1st Ward.,. C " 3d. "L ..vi $ 4th " ............ 4 Given under my hand officially, at office in .Gallipolis, this-1st Bay of September, A, D. 18801 ' C. B. BLAKE. 8heriff Gallia County, Ohio. September 2,1880 to-- - Jno. Dages & (Jo. have supplied long lelt need by securing the nicest line of infants' and cbllds best Phils. Custom Shoes that was eyef orooght to the city.