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The Journal.
The Offlcial Paper ot
Gallia County!
, OAMjIPOLIS,
THURSDAY, SEPT. 9, 188a
The Journal will be found on sale
at tbe Book Store of W. H, Mit
chell, where also can be had, at 8
P. M. each day of publication, the
Cincinnati 'Daily Gazette, Commer
cial and Enquirer, and where also
subscriptions for either of the Dai
lies or Weeklies may be left
Grand Rally.
G.
Republican candidate for Governor
or W. Va., and
f
Hon. JOHN A. CAMPBELL,
Republican candidate for Elector,
Third District, W. Va., will be pres
ent at the Republican meeting at the
Court House, Saturday evening, and
address the people upon tbe political
topics of the day.
Let ns give them a rousing recep
tion.
Club Meeting.
The Garfield Club of Clay town
ship will hold a meeting at Tellow
town, Saturday evening, Sept 18thi
at 74.
Messrs. C. YT. Bird and C. J.
Switzer will address the people on
that occasion.
Everybody invited.
Kyger Rally.
Hon. j. w. Mccormick and
C. W. WHITE. Esq., will address
the people at Kyger School House,
Saturday evening, Sept 18, at
o'clock. Come one, come all.
Republican Central Committee.
There will be a meeting of the
Central Committee at the Committee
Rooms. Saturday. Sent 11th, 10
a. m.
W. C. H. NEEDHAM, Chair.
T. W. HAMPTON, Sec.
The following appointments of
speakers have been made:
MORGAN CENTER Thursday
afternoon, 2 p. m., Sept 9th.
PORTER Thursday eve., Sept.
9th.
CHESHIRE Friday eve., Sept
10th.
GALLIPOLIS Saturday eve..
Sept 11th.
Hon. JOSEPH BRADBURY.
C. W. BIRD, Esq.
Will address the Garfield Club at
Addison Town House, Monday eve.,
Sept 13th.
Let the Committeemen look to it
to have the meetings well attended.
By order of Committee,
W. C. H. NEEDHAM, Chair.
T. W. HAMPTON, Sec.
Love on Leather Springs.
DEAN TRICKLER In this city,
Thursday, Sept. 2d, by J. O. Damron,
Esq., Mr. Thkodork Dkax, of White
Sulphur, Va., to Miss Julia Tmckler,
of Addison township.
The above announcement anfnlds a
little Tomance which had its. birth in
the Concord coach, Currying the mall
between this city and Pomeroy. The
groom Is a good looking fellow; aged 30,
and a alight cripple. He readily un
folded to us the details of his courtship.
He met his bride of 27 three weeks
agone and when eyes met eyes a
"strange leellng came over him." The
four white horses pranced the seven
miles to our city at their own sweet
will, for their master had other thoughts
crowding thick and fast his captured
Imagination. Love found many ex
.cuses for traveling,and the driver could
depend upon one passenge r being gent
ly tossed upon the leather springs of his
coach. They spoke and agretd, and
Squire Damron has tied the Indissolu
ble. The lucky driver had caught an
heiress. The coachman's boom had
struck up, but It was Uncle Sam's and
not papa's coachman. 'Tia said the
bride Ivpossessed of a goodly amount of
cash, and wo know phe has lfiO acres of
bottom land and other property. They
will board here and the Galllpolls gents
will wonder how in the dickens some
fellows are bo lucky.
a
r
Sheriff Blake sold land as follows,
Saturday:
Guthrie's adm'r vs.. Nasli et als. 5 -appraised
at $3403; sold toElza Dlpkey
ft als. for $2,C00. Guthrie's adra'r vs.
Johnson et als., appraised at $713; sold
to Henry llalley for $470 74. Symmes
Tf. Sandford etals.; appraised at $800;
sold to "Wm. Symmes for $333 34.
The Gallipots can possess their souls
In patience; they will never be per
mitted to bridge the Ohio at the Island.
Not much. Pt. Pleasant Register.
It would be a boom for the under
takers for vour unsteady ones to at
tempt to cross it.
Polka Caprice, composed for the
Piano Forte by Hemi Acer. Pub-1
lished by John Church & Co., Cin
cinnati. We are indebted to our young
friend the author for a copy of the
above prodnction. It is dedicated to
Emilio Henking, of Verona, Italy.
It has for a frontispiece the resi
dence of Mr. Henking, "Am Garda
See," on the Lake of Garda. Musi
cal pritips, in whose judgment we
have confidence, pronounce the Polka
one of great excellence.
They'had another tre at Eagle Fur;
usee, on Friday njght. A large stable
wed. by the teamsters was burned, con?
sumlog 17 horses and mules belonging
to the tenants. No cause Is known for
the fire. This was heavy, in most cases
being all the po?r fellows had.
Fried. Frizzed and Frosted.
Mr. D. II, Bald ridge returned Friday
evening, from Noble county, where he
was called by the sickness of Nellie.
He lefther better.
' Miss Alice Martin, of Vjnton, who
was elected teacher in room No; 9 of
our public schools last' week, sent In
her declination on Monday. The Board
Is in communication with Miss Bunker,
of Urbana, who will probably be em
ployed to fill the place.
Treasurer Marttndale retired from the
Treasurer's office on Monday, alter a
service of four years. During these
years the vast sum ol $032,710 84 have
passed through his bands. The great
est sum In his hands at any one time
was March 1st, 1878, the amount being
$83,074 31. Only $1 50 of counterfeit
money remains In his hands. Mr.
Martlndale has made one of the most
accommodating, gentlemanly and hon
orable otllcers ever Gallia county had.
Ills records, hands and conscience are
all clear. He has hosts of the best of
true friends, who will ever, ever re
member him.
Prof. Hard and lailv gave Mr. and
Mrs. Jno. L. Guy a reception at their
Third street residence, Friday evening,
at which were th teachers in our
public schools, the City Board of Edu
cation and the City Board of Exam
iners. A star supper and a general
good time was the .programme. Mr.
and Mrs. Hard know just how to enter
tain the young folks, and, even some
that are not quite so youthful. We
were there (it spirit.
Mr. Geo. P. Matthews, ol Colorado,
writes of his intention to return to
Ohio shortly, to make the same his per
manent home. His health Is not Im
proving. What has become of the Telephone
Co. that started out with such brilliant
prospects? Hold up your hands, Ports
mouth and Ironton.
Pomeroy Republicans have sent for a
sett of six drums and fifes for a mar
tial band. j
The new Cincinnati and Pittsburgh
packet, Scotia, parsed down by here
Saturday. She is a beauty.
The lrelght engineers speak of heavy
business on the upper division. They
frequently haul 3." cars, loaded and
empty.
W. P. Ratliburn, of Chattanooga,
was here last week visiting his brother,
Dr. J. C. Rathburn. .
Mr. Tom SIsson from near Kelley's
Mills, was In town to-day with the
finest corn, beans, tomatoes and pota
toes, probably, grown In Lawrence
county. He has, as It has been conced
ed, the largest and finest field or corn
In Southern Ohio. Irontnn Irontonian.
Misses Nettle Womeldorfl' and Bettle
Waddell have returned from their rlslt
to Lawrence county.
A glorious rain, Sunday.
The largest crowd for years Is ex
pected at the Gallia County Fair.
Will A. Jones, son-in-law of Mrs.
Geo. Hebard, and friend Jas. Badle, of
Racine, were visiting here last week.
We are Indebted to Jas. W. Gardner,
civil engineer, for some calculations wc
give this week.
One TJndsey Rader, of Ohio town
ship, went along before the residence of
Daniel Howard, Thursday, and opened
fusllade on Daniel with a revolver.
The latter went In, took down a shot
gun and gave Liudsey a dose. The lat
ter evacuated.
Mrs. A. F. Moore left Tuesday on n
visit to relatives, near Marietta, and
again our cares are doubled in having
to keep an eye on A. F.
Miss Alice Pltrat and Mrs. Margaret
Menager have returned from a visit to
Athens.
Mr. Silas Broalm has been quite sick
during his trip east, He is daily
expected home with Mrs. Brosius and
children.
The Iron on the Pomeroy branch of
our railroad is laid to ueorge's creek.
It is being ballasted as they go. There
will be some delay on account of un
completed bridges at George's Creek,
Kyger and Campaign.
It is estimated that it would cost
$12,000 to put such a fence around the
Public Square as is in front of the
Union School building.
Miss Lllllo Langley has returned from
visit to her sister,' Mrs. Mitchell, at
Mt. Gllead.
Mr. W. B. Matthews, of Columbus,
was In the city rlday. There are
happy rumors afloat anent this old
bachelor. Here's our sword. Take It,
We too have hung on a soft sighing
breath.
Auditor Stafford Is putting In his time
getting the 'duplicate ready for the tax
gatherer this Fall.
W. H. Bane opened the Fall Terra of
the Ewlngton Academy, Sept. 6th, with
an attendance of thirty-seven students.
It Is stated by the Deshler Bank that
as the Ohio and Wet Virginia railway
bonds have beeir-nearly all sold the
price for them has been advanced to 103
and accrued Interest. Columbus Jour
7inl. The Fair opens to-day (Wednesday).
Races every day. ' Do not fall to come
In; you'll then know who came and
who didn't.
Mrs. Elizabeth Butler, of. Raccoon
township, celebrated her 84th blrtli-day
on tho 23d day ol August, She Is the
widow of the late Fleming Butler, and
the mother of Mrs. Stephen Wlllcox,
Mrs. Hirara Nlles, Mrs. M. D. J. Hlck
erson, Mrs. R. P. Porter, Mrs. Sallie
Ratektn and Mr. W. F. Butler. At the
celebration 82 persons were present, 81
of whom were for Garfield.
There are four In jail Frank Koontz,
assault and battery; George Rltz, in
cest; Alex. Lumsey, fine, and Van
Spence, shooting. v
The real' estate of the late Joseph Hunt
except the homestead will be sold at
administrator's sale, to-day (Thursday)
at 1 o'clock, in front of the court house.
The Fall fights commenced In the
City Saturday; all the blood wasn't on
the moon.
1110 uranae uouege opens its new
year with a largely Increased attend
ance.
Tlieo. N. Wilson, of the Ledger, and
J. L. Williams, were at the State Fair,
The sidewalks In the old corporation
are 13 miles in length.
Nye Maguet is selling the Manhattan.
Bewing machine.
Jas. K. Stuart i? on the streets again
The dwelling house of Jno. H. Clark,
of SandforV. was burned la3t week.
Loss $50Q, insurance $300 In theFrank-
lln, Cadot Agent. ..
Galllpolls has 800 houses and still
booming.
M. Mollohan and wife are at home.
Mrs. M. Is much improved.
There Is talk among the upper town
era of remodeling, the upper woolen
mills into a hotel,- with a caDjtal ot
$25,000. Five parties have agreed to
come down with the.cash.
The pig-pen nuisance Is tho talk up
town;
Our streets are CO ft. in width, except
ing Vine and a part of Fourth .
Jas. W. Gardner and daughter Nellie
are at Chllllcothe, on business. .-7" -3
Bub Bear will hare a new'express out
this week for carrying passengers and
freight.
Mrs. John Ayers died Friday of
typhold.fever'at her residence on Front
street. Her funeral occurred on Jsatur
day. She leaves a husband and two
children.
nenry W. Oilman Is building a ware
house and grauerv back of his resi
dence.
Mrs. L. Frank has resided here 20
years and during that time has never
attended a show or fair.
Miss Julia Shepard and Walter and
Henry Aleshlre attended the State Fair.
We have 74 brick business houses.
Send in your subscriptions to the
Jocrnal, the best newspaper In the
county, and get the news.
S. Goetz had the first oysters. They
came over the O. & W. V. R. R.
The streets In the old corporation are
6 3-5 miles In length.
The first Methodist services. In this
city were held In the house then occupied
by Calvin Shepard, and now occupied
bySara'l Richardson.
E. L. Wood and wife, of Wheeling,
were In the city last week, guests of R.-i
Aleshlre.
H. B. Smith of Pomeroy, proprietor
of the Ohio Blue Salphur Springs, was
In town last week. "J;
We have 97 frame business houses.;:
A man named Beale has started a new
saloon on Second street In the room
lately occupied by Orin Richards.
MlssNola Coffman has returned from
her visit to relatives at New Richmond,
O. I
Fenner has a fine .crayon portrait of
Mary Anderson on exhibition at Harm-
ison's. It is by Sharp of Cincinnati and
Is very fine.
D. B. Manck and wife, Jas. P. Bcall,
T. B. Flower, O. E. Reckard, E. P.
Watters and C. E. Watters, all of Prc
torvllle,.were In town last week.
A. J. Waters, the Insurance Editor of
the Cincinnati Enquirer, was in town
last week.
The fair at the Point took large num
bers from here.
The machinery from the Lower
Woolen Mills has been shipped. It goes
to J. M. Slack at Bristol, Pa. Wlllard
and Robinson, Foremen for the above
firm, removed it. They are gentlemen
and were greatly taken with our city.
Conductor Qulnn, of the regular
train on the O. & W. Va. R. R.,
handled 900 passengers last week, be
tween Gallipolls and Logan. People
like to travel with Mr. Quinn, for he is
every inch a gentleman.
Mr. and Mrs. Wise, nee Lucy nun",
were In. our city last week, vbltlng rel
atives. Prof. Chase and wife, of Pomeroy,
were In the city h'st week.
J P. Aleshlre and E. P. Shine came
In from Eagle Furnace, Friday. -Jo.
will remain here for a few days.
Wm. Cook runs a night express, cou-
veylng you anywhere at any time.
School commences Monday.
Notwithstanding the hot weather,
.Tudge Cowden issued 29 marriage, licen
ses during August.
W. M. Ridenour is selling hoots and
shoes for a Cincinnati firm.
The corporation of Galllpolls city
covers 928 acres.
Chns. Regnler has sold his steamboat
Interests and was In town last week,
looking iip the prospects for a new
hotel here.
Attempts were made, last week, to
enter the residences of W. B. Trump
and S. A. Dunbar.
The streets of the old corporation of
this city cover an area of 5i, acres.
The new streets and roads occupyr15
acres of space.
C. W. Stone and wife, J. W. Stone
and wife, Jos. Roush, W. H. Watson,
Chas. G. Campbell, Jordan Nanna, F
D. Nlda and Will Hutslnplller took In
the State fair.
Miss Amy Nash has returned to her
school at Wheeling.
This city has 106 brick dwelling
houses.
The steamer Boone run through her
self Thursday, and"had to be.docked at
the Point.
Frank J. Donnally will remain with
us until Fall.
Kerr Bros are now part proprietors of
Thompson's Rheumatic War Liniment.
Four hundred and sixty frame dwell
ing houses shelter our citizens.
Dan. Mossman Is handling sugar and
soap over E. L. Meneger's counters.
Ed. Kalasawski had a genuine case of
sunstroke, last week.
Things funny a driving horse that
doesn't know where the pretty glrl3
live.
W. H McCormirk, Fred KlageR and
Wife and Henry Lear and wile, attended
the State Fair.
Mrs. Kritnble and Miss Fannie In
gram of Wheeling, W. Va., are visiting
their relative, Mrs. S. A. Dunbar.
The martins left for tho South on the
10th of August.
On last Wednesday Joseph Droulllard
entered on his 85th year. Tiie old gen
tleman Is hale and always busy .doing
something useful.
Capt. J. U. Summers is home again.
J. L. Lasley has sold his Interest in
the .Columbus Business .College and is
Principal of the High School at Gallon,
O. Salary $1000.
W. C. Miller, jr., gave the bathers at
the seaside a specimen of Ohio river
swimming in a heavy surf. He aston
ished them.
R. H. Gates has seenrad a situation
in a large jewelry establishment at Lan
caster and has gone to locate there.
The city tax rate for 1880 Is $2.31.
C. W.. Carpenter of Harmison's store
at Ironton, was the guest this week, of
A. E. Hill. A new store is to be started
at Tiffin, O., where our Jolly friend, P,
A. Pitman, goes to assist for a short
tjrae.
Th'p public wh,arf is 700 feet front and
400 from abutment to summit.
Dale Roberts, of Racine, was ft visitor
at Capt. Dale's last week.
Miss Maggie Wright, of Scary on, the
Kanawha, was the guest last week of
Miss Battle Miles.
Newt Jolly was in town, last week.
He has gone to Sedalis, Mo.j-to accept a
situation.
Dou't forA'Ct the Fair, which com
mences to-day, Wednesday.
Charley Rathburn i3 assisting Jno. C.
Va'nden on the Fair books.
The -wharfs attlic Jfoogpf Grape, Lo
cust, and Pine streets are froqi 30 to 50
teet In wldtliimd of same'grade as main
wharf, ,
Street Commissioner Blazer has given
the Railroad Co. notice not lo leave cars
on the Sprii'ce street track. -"
Second street had- a grand free fight
on Saturday. The combatents were
considerably bruised up.
The first pig icon came over the road
Friday. It was charcoal iron and billed
to the Pomerey Iron Works.
The Jewish New War'? Day, Rosh
Hashanah, was celebrated last Monday,
the 0th. Last.ycar It fell upon the 17th.
Yom Kippen, or "Day of Atonemeut,"
falls on Sept. 15th.
Thieves entered the stable of S. O.
Keller, above the city, and appropriated
a lot of harness, fanning utensils, etc.,
etc.
The Wallace Sisters show lor three
nights, commencing to-night. Go and
deposit 50 ets. and hear the amusement:
I'ablle Dance Thursday evening at
Henking flail. Go.
Miss Lucie Walker U again in our
city.
Insurance Agent'Cadnt has paid A.L.
Langley $40 o4s.on.hi9 barn, occasioned
by the llghttilng.
R. II. Ellas and family have re
turned to their home In New York.
Mrsi' W. H. Langley has returned
from her long visit to. West Columbia,
W. Va.
C. H. Campbell, of Clay township in
tends 10 leave for Iowa soon'.
J..F. Morgan of this county Is attend
Ing.lhe .Columbus Medical College.
If. H. Menager has gone to Montreal
Canada, to' represent a New York firm
at a salary of-$10D0" per year". Success,
Mr. John Dages left Tuesday morning
for the East, to buy his fall stock. His
daughter; Miss Millie, accompanied
him and will remain, a student at
Mount Holyoke Seminary.
The iron on the Pomeroy Division Is
now laid to' Bryan's Run. The trestle
at that point will be completed to-day,
when the laving of rails will be resum
ed. Ballasting was commenced
Monday.
Lew Moore was In town, last week,
hobknobblng with the boys. -
Mrs. Weed was' a guest of W. W
Martindale's lat week.
Dr. T. S. Brown has been a visitor at
Marietta for two weeks. Rumor has It
that the Doctor will not come home
alone.
Mrs. Chas. Wolf Is down with Inflam
matory rheumatlm.
Don't forget the Wallace SUtcrs this
Wednesday night. They will show
Thursday and Friday nights also.-
Peter McMullIn, compositor on the
Cincinnati Commercial, is visiting
friends in this city.
Tho" managers of the Logan excursion
to this place netted $200 lor theM. E.
Church.
Mlsslfattle Wilson has returned from
her mountain trip, much unproved In
health..
Bert Francisco, representing the Ohio
State Journal, arrived in our city, Tues
day evening. He will remain until the
close of tho Gallia County Fair, writing
it up in the Interest of his paper.
A. P. Menager Is running a transfer
wagon to the It. R. depot.
R. Priestly and wife of WlnUeld, W.
Va., were in the city litis week.
Many complaints ,are made, of the
grass and weeds growing on Front be
low Grape street. Tbe late sickness in
that quarter Is attributed to that cause.
A. E. Hill left Monday morning for
the East, to lay in a mammoth stock of
goods for Harmlson & Co,
C. Fred Henking, Mrs. Dr. Needham
and Miss Nellie Cherington will goto
the Exposition on the excursion train.
Insurance Agent Moore has paid Jos.
Stafloril $103, loss in the late closet fire
at his house.
Mr. Samuel Wise, of Clay township,
sends us a mammoth apple. It weighs
1J pounds, and measures 15,' inches
In circumference. It Is known as the
cat-head variety.
Miss Nellie Merriman has returned
from a visit to her aunt at Ironton.
Miss Maggie Miller, of Pennylvanla,
is vIMting her father, Mr. John T.
Miller.
Dr. Swartzwelder, of Texas, spent
last Sunday in our city after an absence
ol sixtoen year.
That wedding did not eomo oft" below
the city last Sunday.
Fenner, the photo man, had a mag
nificent display of his work at the
Mason Co. Fair, last week. Many
pronounce his exhibition U have
been the feature of Floral Hall.
Chas. Stuart is fixing up his late,
residence as a boarding house.
Jessie, the little daughter of J. Q.
Walker, was snake bitten la9t week,
the wound swelling considerably.
M. C. Gros9, the egg man, is at
Baltimore on business.
The excursion train to the Cincin
nati Exposition oonsisted of one bag
gage and five. coaches. . C. D. Norris
manager, with Capt f nil.
was
Thompson as aid-de-camp: Jas Pat
terson pulled the throttle.
A. A. Lyons, A. Moch, Wm. Ecker
and wife, Jos. Silverman, Dr. New
ton, Mrs. W. G. Fuller, Barbara
Young, and Homer Cherington went
over on the excursion train.
Sam'l Roberts took in the Exposi
tion and will go to Tennessee on bus
iness. A. GHubbard, John White and
wife and Alex. Brock and wife, were
ipnjmlnent colored people who took
in the Exposition.
Burt Betz, Mrs. E. N. Perry,
August Ufferman, Win. Bryan and
wile and a number from the Point
went down to see the big show at
Cincinnati.
Hiram Watson tqok in the State
Fair. ."'
Gabe Emsheiraer will return to
Wheeling this week.
ons
Co.
$3
be
at
Postmaster Neal has received notice
that mall service on the Railroad will
commence Sept. 10th. The following
offices are W be supplied: Union Fur
nace, Star Furnace; New'Plymotfi. Cre;
ola, McArthnr, Dundas, Oreton, Had
cliff, Ewington, -Vinton and Pine lroe.
SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS
and Oliver Chilled Plows at
I l IIIVSO & BALDRIDGE
The SUPERIOK GRAIN DRILL is the Best Plain and Fertilizer Drill in the World
IT IS A TRUE FORCE FEED DRILL,
and sows exactly what it is set to sow. It is the only TRUE FORCE FTCF.T T-rtt.t.
made. Farmers will do well to call and examine it before purchasing Thp Rpt Plnw
in the World is the OLIVER CHILLED. Come and see them at
HUTC'lIOrgOre A M VL.I16TIK. !omt Kit ninu
Tl.. IE TOOn .jvss, v.
my XU, J.OOU.
GRAIN DRILLS
FARMERS WILL PLEASE SEND US THEIR
DERS AT ONCE FOR THE
OR-
11
UCKEYE DDK Fill FEED M
With Seed Sower and Bone Dust Attachments as they
all reeolleet the trouble and disappointments they had
last year by not haying in their orders early.
July 8,1880-3m
J. M. KERR & CO.
Swoetest Orauges Sourest Lem
at Bovie, Pitrat k Co.'s
Fine Candies at Bovie, Pitrat &
I
j
j
India Ink Work.
You can get an SxlO India Ink
frump for i
50 at Fenner'8 Gallery, and other
work as cheap in proportion
Peaches prepared by the Alden 1
are a luxury. They areto,cd.
process are a luxury. 1 hey
had at the enterprising bouse 01
Bovie, Pitrat fe Co.
Lovers of Mackerel will flud
something choice in the Deep Sea
Bovie, Pitrat tfc Co.
15 lbs. Prunes
Pitrat Jc Co's.
for $1.00
at Bovie,
tf
OIL!
LINSEED, LARD,
CASTOR, SWEET,
NEATSFOOT,
FISH, CARBON,
and LUBRICATING OILS,
BENZINE, TURPENTINE,
&C, AT
Wholesale and Retell Drug. Store.
Aug. 12, 1830,
i
j
ItlO
Tho best family Sewing Machine
at Moon's Clotbing Store,
'
Good Perfumery at 0. M.
Fillmore & Cos. Take your
bottle.
1880
Aug. 12,
-3 in
Marshall,
Voltaic Belt Co
Mich.
Will send their celebrated Klectro
Voltaic Bells to tbe atllicted unon
30 daya trial. Speedy cures -uaran-ocess
luey mean what they say.
Nov. 20, 1879 ly
If you want to get tho best Plow
Point in the market, call on Kling
Jc Dages.
: 1
Goods exchanged lor old
paper, books and rags at
0. M. FILLMORE & CO.'S
July 29, 1880. 3m
Hutchinson & Baldridge is the on
ly firm that sell the GENUINE OL
IVER CHILLED PLOWS and
POINTS in Gallia Co., Ohio, and
Mason Co., W. Va.
In purchasing always look for the
naiue OLIVER on the beam.
- .
The best Hanalne Lamp In the
"
market, at Boyle, Pitrat & Co.
EDUCATIONAL.
SCHOOL EXAMIXERS' NOTICE.
THE Hoard of School Examiners of
Gallia eounty, O., will meet at the
Union School building, Ith strcel, in the
city of GHllipolls, th( llnt Saturday In
each month, except Ausnr, and alao
the third Saturday of the montlH of
March, April, May, June, September,
October and .November, at i o'clock
A. M for the examination of appli
cants for Teachers' Ccrtlllc.ites.
M. E. HARD.
A. .. MOULTON,
W. U. MITCHELL, Cl'k.
Examiner.'.
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Mothers.
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Of all disease? to which ohlldreu are . it.
liable, none are io alarming in their
approach, so dangerous in their eonse-i
quence and so often and suddenly fatal j
their result ns Cnoui-. The attack is ;
ofteneH in the night. Frequently no. it
physician is near, and yet that peculiar
hoarse cough, that difficult anil labor!-(
ous breathing, those spasmodic strug- to
for respiration, must be mliecd fw-,ng
hxedlnU.lij, or tho chilb will dir. A j one-third
prompt, HkVR and effectual remedy is: in
found In I)K. SETH HART'S CKOUl'
SYltUP, as thousands can testify. For
sale by all druggist. '
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The Genuine Pearl Shirt for sale
at Brandyberry's, price $1.00. This
is known to be the best shirt made.
Aus.12, 1880. tf .
Soap and Starch oheap at
C. M. Fillmore & Co's.
Aug. 12, 1880 3m.
Executor's Sale
Real Estate.
of
Daniel E. Elias, executor of Jfbs
W. Lloyd, deceased, -vs. Daniel
T. JcnSins and Edward
S. Jones.
PURSUANT to the command of an
order of thf Trobato Court of Gal
H.i County, Ohio, to me directed, I will
offer for aaln, at public auction, on
Saturda-, the 18th day of Septem
ber, 1880",
1 o'clock . ni. upon the premises, tho
following described real estate, situate
the town-hip of Kaccoon, County of
Gallia and State of Ohio, to-wit: The.
north-west ouarter of the south-east
quarter of Section Xo. 7. Township No.
If anze 10, containing forty (40 acres,
unore or le.".
Appraispil at C0O.
Also the north-east tpiarter of the
In south-east quarter of ald Section No.
containing forty (10) acres, more or
less. Appraised at $720.
TCach of the above described tracts
bo sold separately on the follow
gles terms: One-third cash In hand,
in tlx months, and one-third
twelve mouths from day of sale,
with interest; tho payment to be
secured by mortgage upon real estate,
DANIEL E. ELIAS,
(Executor of John Vr". Lloyd, deceased
White & Holcomb, Att'ys.
Aug li. 16SO-5w
Class! Class!
AT
MILLS &
Wholesale and Retail
Aug. 12, 1880.
CO'S
Drug Stdrei

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