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A Horse That Enjoyed a Joke.
H'oreesJjave a sense and a very fair understanding of what fun Is. "I had one once," writes a California lady, "thatebjected seriously to being caught . -onT- hnl liwn turned into pasture.-ahU'lieFwould give all the trou ble ne possiuiy couiu. n a ioutv iuc halter and attempted to catch him he Inf mo ivniA nnUfl nlnsn to him? HUUIU IVV -J ' but just as 1 was .about to throw tner Etrans arouna ins necK ne wouiu iubu his head, throw up his heels and dart off, looking back to see whether I fol lowed. After his repeating this ma noeuvre half a dozen times, I would turn to leave In disgust and walk rapld- lit mv Tli on rvitnnnnctlon RllVATb seized the horse, and he would come trotting up oeninu me, sei uu carefully in the sleeve of my dress and ..v ir' aa ninph as to sav: "There. can't you take a joke? 1 was only in fun, and I'm ready to come with you.' And it takes only so short a time to make a herse love you and lose all fear jof you. At one time I was acquainted 'with a horse in Alameda whose reputa tion for gentleness did not equal his luqiitv- Hp war a larjre. handsome bay; and when I flrsr, approached his keeper, a nig, burly, iingusn uosuer, ti'ttli iUa nnrnACi nf fqinlncr tllfi horse. and with a handful of sugar, he refused to let me go near htm. "Couldn't allow itnnmivs miss." lie said: "that 'orse lrl .Ir vnnr 'and rlzht off If VOU 'eld It out to Mm with the sugar." I iwrsevered. however. The 'orse didn't "bite my 'and right off,' but took his en era t liL-p b lninh: and less than two -n.nai-a frnm thnt. rimi ho wmilil wlilnnv and paw the ground with impatience if he heard 103 voice in the stable and I did not come directly to him. To he sure he had nearly squeezed me to death against the side of his stall: but it was sheer good will and affection, not vlclousness; for William, who had bur -rlpil nn nn)f nnrl ijirpl. stand Knrwh less to see that he neither struck at nor bit me. Words of Wisdom. Show me a people whose trade Is dis honest and I will show you a people whose religion is a sham. Childhood often holds a truth with its feeble lingers, which the grasp of manhood cannot retain, which it is the pride of utmost age to recover. ' Many persons sigh for death when .It seems far off, hut the inclination van ishes when the boat upsets, or the loco motive runs off the (track, or tho mea sles set in. Mere hashfulness without merit is awkward; and merit without modesty, insolence. But modesty with merit has a double claim to acceptance, and generally meets with as many patrons .as beholders. To-feel much for others and little for ourselves, to restrain our selllsh and to indulge our benevolent affections, constitute the perfection of human nature. The utmost excellence at which humanity can arrive, Is a constant and determined pursuit ol virtue without regard- to present dangers and advan tages. To do an evil action is base; to do a good action without Incurring danger Is common enough ; but it is the part 01 a good man to no great and noble deeds, tnougu lie risk everything. More Wite than Country. Detroit Free Press. The other night, soon after a ward meeting had opened, one or the electors present began edging for the door, as it he meant to leave the place. lie was soon stopped by a friend, who said : "Don't leave us now. 1 want you to hear what the speaker Is saying. Hear thatl He says wc must triumph or the country is doomed." "Yes, I know, but I've got to edge toward home," was the reply. "Home? Great heavens, how can you talk of going home until he has finished that speech? There he goes again. He asks If you want to see grass grow ing in the streets of our city our fertile larms returned to tho wilder ness our families crowding the poor houses until there is no longer room to receive another?" "Ho, I don't know as I would, but I guess I'll sort o work my way out." "Walt fifteen minutes ten Ave wait until he finishes. There It is again. He asks whether you are a freeman or a slave? He wants to know If you have forgotten the patriotic principles de fended by the blood of your grand sires if you have forgotten the sound of liberty bell?" "I don't know as I have, but I must go really I must." "Hear that hear that! ne says your country will bless you." "I can't say as to that," replied the man as he crowded along; "but I'm dead sure that the old woman will if 1 don't git home In time to put this cod fish to soak for breakfast!" "Great guns! but do you prefer cod fish to liberty ?" exclaimed the other. ' "I don't know as I do, but I git more of It." 6 "And you will see this country ruined see her go to destruction?" "I'd be kinder sorry to see her go down hill," slowly observed the delin quent as he reached the door, "but If you had a wife who could begin jawing at ten o'clock and not lose a minute until daylight, and then cud up wlth a grand smash of crockery and a fit or hysterics, you'd kinder stand ofl as I do and, let this glorious old Republic sqneeze through some mighty fine knot holes." The Schoolmaster. Josh Billings speaks or this much abused personage as follows: There iz one man in the world to whom I alway take off mi hat, and re mane unkoverr.d until he gits safely by, and that iz the dtstrlkt schoolmaster. "When I meet him I look on him as a martar just returned from the stake or on his way to be kooked. He leads a more lonsuni life than an old bachelor. He Iz remembered just about as long affecshlnatell as a glde-bord iz by a travehn -pack 'pedlor. If lieuniler takestomakc hissuholarz luv him tho chances arc he will neglect tlielr Turnln. and Iff he don't lick 'epi now and then purty oftun, they will soon lick him. i'hs dlstrikt schoolmaster ain't a friend on the flat sid of the globe. The boys snowball, him durin recess, the girls put water in his hair-die and the school commltty makes him work for half the money a bartender gets, and board- him roun the neighborhood, where they give him rve coffy sweetened with mo lasses tew drink, and codfish balls for Tittles. "Talk to mo about the pashunce of anshuntJob; Job bad prety plenty uv biles all over him, no doubt they were all uv one breed. Every young one In 3 dlstrikt skule Iz a bile uv a different breed, and each young one needs a different kind ov a poultiss to get a good head on hlni. Every man who has kept a district skulc ten years, and haz hoarded around the neighborhood ought to be mager general, and have a pen ahun for tho rest of his natural days, and ahoss and wagon tu du his goln round in." Another Speech That Needs Revision. vision. Remarks by Congressman Felton, of rcurgiiw iub uovernment has no right io tar tobacco and whisky, and when Hancock Is elected and the great Democratic party got control of the Government, all revenues on tobacco and whisky will be wiped out." 9 . On, Monday niornlng.Mr. FrankJBur ris, of Missouri, called on us. He is a Son htnmrira T!tirrJe. nnVT n ffrnnrl onn of Judge Burrls, one of the pioneers ot this county. Young Mr. .Burrls, 13 a Jjalvef,thla county; bu Jus ather .removed to .Missouri when ho was a ichlld. He is a fine specimen of man hood, being six fee.t .and ft half high. Jackson Standard. 0 1 i ' r t7" RADICAL CURE For CATARRH . TKBTAHTLT reUcres aadptrmtOTntij carw th! I loauuome dueue la nil lu wjlsc Kagci. I rmt," f the sootfctnf and heslhu: -properties ot biiau, brbi anil bttk la their essential form, free from cTfry fibrous coatsmlnstloa. and la tnls re. spect (User Iron ercry omcr known remedy. In ass snort year It uss found lu way from tn Atlantic to tne Pfcctflc coast. and vnercrer known has be come Q standard remedy jr U10 treatment of Ca tarrh. Tbe proprietors haro been wsltfd oson by gentlemen of national reputation wno nar been cored by this remedy, and wao lisro.st consider able expense and personal trounla, spread tne Ban&rd Badleal Core." you may feel assured tnat it js as erucio 01 nrcv uu to beclasMdamosff the standard medical speciflc ottludar. maE bemst t dertro from lu deny cse Is to ma H-rar'wEL3. or Wrm. Faaoa &.CQ. IT has erred me after twelre years ..of unlnter "$E0"ffHffi0HTQy. WalTlU. IUa. I FOLLOWED the directions to the letter and SSI hapny to sail hare had n permanent core. "D. W. OKfl,V, M. u, ftcacinsz, Iowa. I HAVE recommended It to quite anamber of arf Mends, all of whom hare expressed to ma their high -"I"" of lu Yalno and good effects vlih them. WM. BO WEN, as mnt ST, ST. Lotm. Ai-l'KK uslaff two bottle lend myself perma nently cored. I hate since recommended orer one hundred bottles vttli the neatest sno SoS. MIL W. AKMSTKOXG. . 159 Basueoa Art. Boeros. WE nsTO sold SiiTOiD'a IUsioix. Ccsi ifor nearly one year and can say candidly thai we nerer sold a similar preparation that gave anctt nnlTersal sstlifactlon. Wenaroyetlolearnof tho to'sffSf BALbWIN ft COWAlHuroroit, to, rpBZ core effected io my case by Sivrosn'a lost I calces was ao romarkaoU teat It seemed to those who bad sottered wKboat relief from any. of the uoal remedies that It could not ba true. 1 therefore maUe amdarlt to it before Seta J. Thomas, Esq. Jostles of the Peare. Boston. OSOKOSF. 1J1S SMOKE. SscaeisT. BosTOS. Each packaire of SASToarts DiciiCtniB eon. tains Dr. Santera's Improved InhallneTube, and full directions for Its esc la all cases. Trice, ILW. For sale by all wbolesalo and retail drnralsts and dealers throneboat the Dnited States and Canadas. WEEKS A POTTKU. Oensral Asiints and Wholo talo LruKlsts, Boston. Mass. VOLTAIC PIASTER c - An ESeetrolalTsnlc Cattery combined with a highly Hedlcoted Strengthening ri aster, forming tne beat Plaster for palua and acbea In the World of Medicine. A MOEBID SWELIIrTtt Gfitlmrn.l sent for one or COILIITS VOL TAIC PLASTERS, and It bos been of (treat beneng In reducing a swelling In my left side that two phy sicians pronounced Knlargement of the Spleen, and one prononncedlt an 0 wlan Tumor. X.. A. mJ I i. I CrspiUslA, Ins, March Vp, KtU ' IHE? ABE THE BEST. Gentlemen. Enclosed yoa will find 23, and I with yon would send me enotherdozen of your COLLINS' VOLTAIC PLASTERS.; By the shore yon will see tint 1 can do something to helpothera In some way even If I am not able to be up and around. There are a nomber who have tried your planers vno bad siren on; that all plasters-were b-ood for nothing, and now Join with me that tbey are the Bfett they nave erer tried. I hare got along this winter better then I hare before In threo years. Wlahed I could hare heard sf your plaster before. yoa"'onKTTA M.CB0S3, BUMlToa Bra. V. Y.. March 27, Irloe, 3S Cents. Be careful to can for COLLINS' VOLTAIC FLAB TR lest yon get some worthless imitation. Bold by all Wholesale and Retail Druggists throughout the United States and Canadas, and by, WEEKS a POTTER. Proprietors. Boston, Msss. Children CRY FOR Pitcher's Castoria. Mother liko, and Physicians recommend it. IT IS NOT NARCOTIC. CENTAUR LINIMENTS ; the World's great Pain-Relieving: remedies. They heal, soothe and ciircBurns,Wouiids,"VcalcBack and Rheumatism upon Man, and Sprains, Galls, and Lame ness upon Beasts. Cheap, quick and reliable. SPURTS of Olsgoating Mucus, Snuffles, Craoliliiijj Fains in the Head, Fetid Breath', Deafness, and any Catarrhal Complaint, can Loex terminated hy Wei Do Meyer'a ClninTTlt Hnrfl. n. Cnn kti t-nf.tnTi nl An tidote hy; Ah sorption. -TheSnost Im portant Discovery since Vaccination Jan. 29, 1880. eowly ANNOUNCEMENT. THEREBY respectfully arihoucc:. to o. me uiti.L-iis 01 uaiiioous iiiiu vicin ity that.I liavo, purchased recently the ntii.xuuwii of Mr. J. hi LTATWAIiD". I shall al wavs keen on hand a full nutl wi-ll- assorted stook of PURE raUTGrSr"'- Medicines, Ohemidals, Paints, Oils, Glass and Fancy Goods. i A180 a well selected stock of Wines aiid Liquors for . Medical Parposes, Cigars, To bacco, &c, And T )inn hv Ktrlnr. mid fiillifnl f tcntion to business, to merit a liberal share of the public uatroiinge. MR. HAYWARD will assist me for some time to come, while settling up Ins own miMiifss, anu win ue Rim see nis friends. Kesnectftillv. ' - - J. H. SCH A A F. Practical German Pharraaelst. Aug. 25, 1880. Dfiufi SHE Notice. THE undersigned has been dulr ap . pointed and qualified, by the'Pro bate Court of Gallia; countv. miminktr.,. tor of the estate of Nancy Amos, late of s-triry kuvvusuip, uuccaeu. ROBERT CARTER. Sept. 2, 18S0."-3v 0-allia Academy AND 9TOR1IIAX. SCHOOL Fall Terra opens IMOHOAY, SEPT. Oth, 1880. " For .full information, address HENRY COLLINS, Prin R. ALESHrBE,-,Sec. . i ' .' ' E. Dr.KTosiBEj;rea8. Aug. 19, 1880.' UNPARALLELED j OPTIH! Vi THE THIRD YEAR OF ITS EXISTENCE, ITS SALES AMOUNT TO 54,853 Machines. NO OTHER MACHWE.EVER HAD SUCH A RECORD OF POPULARITY. It la tJw Zslghtost-Buiala?, SulKt Sslliac, wi IN THE WORLD-siacDts-wiatsd., Tot Umu,8Axm White Sewing Hachiflo Co., VEtA9,N FOR SALE BY ' S 'M. PARKER, PORTER, (Pine Grove P. OjOlllO Aug. 1, 1880. eomly Warner's Safe Kidney and Lifer Cure. ' XPamerlvDr. Civlo'1 Kidney Curr.) A vegetable preparation sd! tbe onlr sure rernrdy In tb world tor Urigbt'm nfsoaw, DlMbetvaunad AIX'KliIury,' Urer, smd, I7rlry DteeoMv. srrestlmonlals of the blbest order In proof of tb(w statements, t 'j , BCB-For the cure of Diabetes, call for Wot ner'stMafto JDlabol Curr. tHTFoe the cure or BrtcUt' snd the other diseases, call for Woruer's) (safe Kidney Md IJrerCare. .WARNER'S SAFE BITTERS. It Is the beat Bloo J Purifier, and stlmul ate every function to more healthful action, and Is thus a benefit In all diseases. It curesSrroruloDO and other Shin Erup tions and Diseu-sea, Including Caucera, UI er, and other Morra. Uyspepaia. WeaUneaaortlseXtomacb, Coustlpatton. Xiizslnecw, Oencrul isesjll Isy, etc., are cured by the Safe Bitter. It Is uoequaled as an appetizer and regular tonic. Bottles or two slug ; prices, BOe. and 81.00. WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE Quickly glveiltet and Sleep to the sufferm?. cures Ileaduclse and MeoralBlit, prevents Epileptic fits, and relieve Men uua Pro. trativn brought on by ezreestve drink, over work, mental snocits, and other causes. lowerful as It Is to atop pain and soothe dis turbed Serves, It never injures the system, whether taken In small or larre doees. Bottles of two Blzes ; prices, 00c and 81.00. WARNER'S SAFE PILLS Are an Immediate and active sttmnlus for a Torpid tlftr. Rnd cure CostrvinuDmiptBli rhatv, MilirU, Fever ud Apui, and ftfaould , be used whenever Uo bowels do not operate freely and regularly. Ks tkMT Fllb rrasilrt Mcti lovaiii, juuou nua Mill 6m tor tkATMth wark. Prl 82 etc a tix , 1AnMtBslUMtllstiJ toll hr VrmsgM s Dt&W k U Jldlrlat TtrystlMM. H. H.wamer&co., I I'roprlctor. Q ROCHESTER, K. 7. aatl TUiUh. Jan. 29, 1880 ly k RAILWAY THE NEW AND DIRECT ROUTE NORTH, EAST & WEST. TJDMJB3 CARIJ; y TAKIKO EFFECT AUQD3T 12Tn, T.880 NOimi BOUND. Leave Gallipolis., 'Porter..1.., Vintoij.-... Niles.:..-. ... 4. .4.' 4. .-. : 4. i 4, J 5, 00 A. M, .2s ..i: AG ..L .53 . - 1.1 .&i .:t7 .. .42 .. .21 .. .. 'Miner-Jon... sJt.; Hawks '. Eagle. Furnace... . . M. & C. Junction . V.' 'McArthurt. .. . Creola .. Swan - New ;Plyra'outh.. . . Starr Union Furnace.. Arrive Logaiii."..i.-. ?. Lancaster Columbus 41 48 . Olfr . ,20?; ,10 . 45 . ...v SOUTH BOUND. Lcave Columbus "Lancaster Logan Arrive Union Furnace..., Starrer?-. .;.. y. New Plymouth.... Swan Creola ' McArtliur. M. & C. Junction... Eagle Furnace.'. ... .. .Hawlis...- Jl in 'i ton , .. Nllea. .. Vinton Porter. Gallipolis 2.00 P. 3.00 , 4.00 4.18 4:33 4.42 . . 4 47 , f..02 . fi.lG . 0.24 , C.40' , .5.0G,',". r.;i4 . 0.20 , C.30 . C.68 . 7.30 M Throdgb Coaches between Gal uroi.is and Columbus on both trains. Connections made at Loan for Athens, Parkirsbitrg and Marietta; at Lancaster for Zanesvllle and (.'ii cleville; at Union Depot, Columbus, for Cincin nati, Dayton, Chicago,. Indianapolis, 'iv,i.i rwtt. ni i i ti nt- i Wheeling, Washington, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York, Boston. ORLAND SMIT1T, 1 Gen?l Supt. C. D. MORRIS, Supt. AV. II; HARRISON,- ' ' Gen'l 'npket Aeent. Attachment. Heary II. Burch vs.. J. B. Fisher. Before Alexander Logup,, J. P.,-of Galliopolis Township, Gallia county, Ohio. ON the 18th day of August, A. D. 1880, said .Justice issued "an order of attach oient .in. the above actt6n for the8nm of twenty-two dollars and ten cents. Canse will be for hearTng" on the 28th day of September, 1880, .atone o'clock P.M. . ' HENRY H, BURCHi Aug. 2Cth, 18S0.-3W i iriinmunn vmrvtmmm WKfmimmmmmmmmMm n " immwi nmrni in- m& Boom Basted. S, , ' ' In'. , i . mmm reduction in all kinds of goods. Large Invoice IjISTIEIEr Lonsdale finished Muslin, 10 cents. Androscoggin L " 10 " Standard brown " 8 " Cheviot. 7, 8 and 10 " Calicoes 5, C and 7c, such as adver tised as the Best at G cents. Largest and -cheapest line of Ham- burg Edgings in Town. We have an endless variety of all kinds of Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Boots, Slioes,.Hats, Qneensware, &c. , " Jfe tvill Sell at All Times as Low as the Lowest. And to the FARMER No one can offer you the Inducements we offer. Tou can get anything you want for any kind of Produce you have. A VACANT LOT, adjoining the Store for our Customers Teams. Corner Second and Spruce Streets, opposite Upper "Woolen Mill. June X 1880. . Successors QUEENSWARE and Would call the attention purchased., in England before any advance, is the largest and -most desirable ever ottered in turn city, at; Prices that Defy Competition. OUR STOCK OF AMERICAN, FRENCH A.D BOHEMIAN GLASSWARE IS COMPLETE. Silveivplated Table Goods guaranteed exactly - .INJUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT E ARE ALWAYS We jlave now on Sale clioice DRIE4SYBUP, SUGARS of all grades. ""Salt Fish, of all kinds and Qualities, 0UB SPECIAL MAND OF DEEP SEA MACKEREL, IS SOMETHING VERY FINE. Tropical Fruits, Canned Goods of all description, California. Lima Beans. SDSGial Blltt ROASTED COFFEE, IS HUnM 10 ffiVB OUR MOTTO BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. PRODUCE TAKEN IJST EXCHANGE. May 13, 18S0. at the Great Decline, just received. TO THE TTSICL A, No. J Coffee 6 pounds, for 1.00. Choice Coffee, none better, 5 pounds for $1.00. 11 pounds N. 6. Sugar for 1.00 Best 10 cent Sugar in Town. Good Sice, 9 cents a pound. 4 pounds Crackers for 25 cents. 15 Bars Soap for 25 cents; PIMSCO. to JEX&LA2T, B0VZE & CO., of the public to the fact, that our stock of Queensware, Ware a Specialty, Extra Double and Triple Plate. as represented. varieties of COFFEE, extra choice N. O. MOLASSES, bILVER A kit good Mackerel for $1.00. Cheese, 124 cents. To make room fo'ronr Fall Stock we-are selling Cottonades,. Fans Parasols, Lawn's and all - Summer Goods at cost. ' Al UP WITH THE TIMES. tin! U A ODD A Oil C IYI"f.' ill- Ha 1IHUUL. CONTRACTOR ADD BUILDER. JOBBING IN ALL KINDS OF Brict fori ami Masonry. GRATES AND MANTLES SET ON SHORT NOTICE. (p-East side of Second street, two doors above Public Square. Jan. 8, 1880 lv MXX.X.XXTG. Lawson k Bell. .. --1" iti:. CT t -. 7 XCIUCIO in WHEAT, FLOUR, Mill Feed, Porn, &c, f Buclteye Mills," State i. Street near Fourth, "ferlLtfPOLIS, O. y-j sYH-as -:sY"ie XTlZ' XI l iMSII IIH III H1P- lW IIHH.li! KJO31L JJO.H-1. J.VX II CUi K July 31879.f f $ 1 Us OF WATCHES and JEWELRY AT SHOBER'S. Genuine Elgin' "VVatelics, in solid Si rvcVCases,"' for lOK fttckle plated American Watches for $7 50. Clocks from $1 50 up. Solid 18 kr. Gold Rings. Ladies Gold Chains. Ladies Gold 'Watclies oi European ana American resigns.' Solid Silver Spoons. Silver Plated Knites;;SpdbnsJ Corks; Cake Stands, Butter Dishes, Napkin Rings, and a t nn Vfinnpn'c Watches repaired at prices. I Fruit and Carden Farm for Sale. fTIHE subscriber ofiers for sale' his JL farm In Springfleld townshin. It is situated six miles from Gallipolis, on tne line oi inc u. e w. va. a. K.. ana contains 40 acres. Good buildings.- and about 500 Iruit trees on It. Apply io E. WETHERUOLT, Pine Grove, Ohio, or to J. P. Irwin, Gallipolis, Ohio. July 15, 1880 Cm Farm f03 Sale. .2 TN Snringfleld Tp Gallia Co.. O. JL seven miles from Gallipolis,-and one inue ironrrwie rauroaa.ontaiping-a acres lC5t cleared, aniCmost' of it In blue grass. Good -housw, stable and orchard. For further particulars .en quire of or address . .. s Galjlpolis;X)lilO. '. July 29. lS80.-3m v. 'TTTANTEDiiAge'ntl.Writhi Life of Y.T General Garfield, by Hon..A Ol T?lI,11a1 t,n if,Srrai.,1-iL. "'HVfE'D a uo., ua state st..umcago, 411s.. I OHIO 1 BLUE SULPHUR SPRINGS! Wear Kygerville, GAX.H.IA. COUNTY, O. HAVING leased the above properly for a term or years, I taVe pleasure in annoiinclni; to the public that such progress has been made in llttlng up and Improving the buildings and springs as to enable me to entertain regular boaruers and transient visitors. Those seeking a restoration or health will find here a variety of as good mlueral and other water as the world affords; pure air, lieautirul scenery, Iovly roaming groves, and healthy diet. Those seeUng.recrcation and innocent amuse ment, will have every possible effort made to gratify their wishes. The entertainment of excursion parties will be made a specialty of this season. A. line airy hall, refreshments and music will be nir nished on short notice; also stabling and feed for horses. Dr.JOUNSOK, who resides near the springs and has been prescribing tbe water in his prac tice for several years, kindly offers his advice to visitors in regard to the use of tbe water this season free of charge. D. R. JACOBS. July 22, 18S0 tf Notice. Mary Ann Dodrldge, Plaintiff, vs, Albert O. Eyacs, Defendant. Gallia County, ss. Uourt of- Common Fleas. A LBEBT O. KVANS. whoso placo of resl uence is unknown, win take notice that "ry Ann ununuge, 01 tne uounty ol uau anil st4teor ohlo, did on tbe Sth day of Jul y Ann Dodrldge, of tbe County ol Qa A. D. 1880. commence nroepfttlinrn In lint.rtfr .114101 unio. il lil on tbe 2Ktb i!a or Jnlr in Uaso No. 833 in Court ot Common Pleas, with. In and for the Connty of Qallla In said State of unio. aramst lue saiu Aiuen u. uvans. defend. ant. The object of said proceedings is to obtain for the maintenance of a bastard child, and cbargiug that she is pregnant with a child which if born alive will be a bastard, and that tbe said Albert O. Evans Is tha father of c.l.t sS. fiTftus is uureuj noiiaea snac ne is roquireu to appearand answer said proceeding at the next term of the said Court. MARY ANN DODRIDQK, By Bradbury & Ecker, Att'ya. Attest, John L. Guy, Clerk of said Court. Aug. 5, 1880 8w CJ of Farm For Sale. f WISH to sell my Farm lying In jl Huntington tp., near Ewington, containing irora 190 to 200 acres, and known as the John M. Cherington farm. fLf!." f?r. Iesa tln ,t,s worth,, and will sell it to a good person lu payments on 5 years time. Anyone. wishing to purchase can apply' In per reasonableisou or by letter, to me at Thurman P. 0., Gallia co.. Ohio. L. M. BEMAN. Sept. 26, 1878. DKAIN TILE. H for Mucei Fried List. WE HAVE on hand the best and largest stock we have ever had, from 2 to 9 Inches. For further information write to Wlieelersburc Oram Tile Co., Wheelersburg, Scioto County, Ohio. March 5, 1879. Vim M. Hidenour " Dealer in BOOTS, SHOES, 11ATS, &c., t Court St., Gallipolis, 0. i,The best Stock, and the lowest npricesi of any house in town, 'All new. Call and see. April" 17, 1879. " j u. sr. , and f & CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. Everything abreast of The Times. Bring in your produce and get Uoods m Exchange. we manufacture a Superior article of Brooms. Will pay you Produce or Cash for your Broom Corn. July 22, 1880 tf Wotlce. TAMKS BUCK, whose ulace of real dence Is unknown, Is hereby noti- neu tnat rauuna jn. uuck- did, on the 2d day of Ancrust, A. D. 1880. file her peti tion in the office of the Clerk of tbe Court Common Pleas, within and for the county or uaiiia and the State of Ohio, cnarging me said .lames buck with er treme cruelty towards her. the said Paulina M. Buck, and asking that she may ne mvorceu irom the said James Buck, which petition will stand for bearing at the next term of said Court Dated this, the 2d day of August, A, D. 1880. PAULINA M. BUCK. By BenJ. Martin, her Atty. August 12, 1880. 6w Bargains. WAGONS built and repaired, at ray shop", three miles west of Ewing ton JAMES CRAIG. Aug. 12,, 1S80- -ly jFarm for Sale. fTlHE subscriber offers for sale his JL farm of one hundred and sixteen acres, two miles from Gallipolis, on the & w. Va. itallroacl. House, stables and outbuildings good. For further particulars address or enquire on the premises ol A. P. RODGERS, Gallipolis, Ohio. Sept. 2, 1880. Ami Bane Dust. ' AM selling Bone Dust for Amos . Smith & Co., of Cincinnati. Have the Agency for this county. I will have It 6u hand for sale all the limn nr. Gallipolis and at Vinton. Farmers would do well to call early. Induire of n.oievengoii, uaiupoiis, and . , W. F. B,U;i'LER, VIntorj. WiWiMILLSAD, WUI'hereafter.'glve 'flpiicut.alttnttbli to 1t SURGERY,. OBTRICS; k the. diseases: of WOMEN and CHILDREN.' July 8, 1880. irinrmm inm mm , nwn in . . -r---f- m lfa&BfH WHOLESALE Hosiery, Notions &c, , 90 NORTH HIGH-ST., COLUMBUS, dHIO. W. Y. MILES. H. C. BANCROFT. August 26, 1880. .s f, ..1- DIIitimiiZL FUENITUEE, CHEAP FOR CASH. RETAIX DEPABTMENT OF FULLER, HUTSINPILLER & COi, Corner 3d and State sts., Hayward's block. Full Stock of m DESIRABLE JUST SUCH Ai&j Side Boards, Wardrobes, Spring Mattresses, Cotton Top Mattresses, of all kinds, Pillows and Bolsters, all kinds. Bureaus, Bedsteads, Washstauds, Extension Tables, Kitchen Safes, Beds Lounges, Camp Chairs, Folding Rockers, Easy Chairs, Invalid Chairs, Platform Rockers, Children's Chairs, all kinds. Cane and wood 'seat Chairs; Parlor Suits, Chamber Suits, and a Parlor Suit for $34. Office Desks, Ladies Desks, Book Cases, Looking Classes, Looking Glass Plates for filling frames, Perforated Chair, seats for reseating chairs. Wc offer for the next sixty days at cost, ' '"''.- FOUR PARLOR SUITS, FOUR CHAMBER. SUITS. NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BOY SOMETHING CHEAP FOR CASH. Examine this stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. May 13, 1880 tf new stud GOODS r RECEIVED, sIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIsIIIBsSsIiiIIIIIIMk. Undertaking. m GRAPE STREET, NEAR ALESELRE'S MILL. Having purchased a very elegant NEW HEARSE are prepared to attend in a first-class manner to all orders in town or from the country, entrusted to us. OUR TERMS WILL BE REASONABLE. Particular Attention Given to the Preservation of Bodies We have a large assortment of Metalic Cases and Wooden Coffins of all styles constantly on hand. June 3, '80. IS & SOI, AJLI.IPOI.IS BOOK STORE. W. H. MITCHELL, Successor to S. Y. WASSOjY, OLD STAND, SHEPARD BUILDINB, PUBLIC SQUARE, Gaipolis, Ohio, TTTOULD call the attention of the Y Y Keens constantly on hand the found in this section, of Books, Stationery, Fancy Articles, Mews, Music, Gold Pens, WalL Paper, Window Shades, Pictures, &c, &c, and that in prices, ESPECIALLY IN SCHO OL BOOKS, he will postive ly not be undersold by any other dealer. January .29, 1880. public at large to the fact that he largest and finest assortment, to be DRUGS, &c. EAGLE DEUG STOEE. BATMEN DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS Perfumery ancl Mexican Horse and Cattle Powders. COURT STREET, May 15, 1879. " Fancy Goods. Agents for Pacific Tea Company GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. I HOWELL. I Ofier for Sale THREE or lour very desirable Build-tffllHS Lots, within the corporation of Gallipolis aize or ix)ts to suit pur- chasers. Terms easy W. W. MILLS. iriiiy 22, isso tf Sheriff's Sale of Eeal Estate OiV VESTDT FXPONAS. Bailey and Maguct vs. James Barton. URSUANT to a cnmmanil ot writ of r VeiulltloDi Kaponais Issued and directed to me. from tne Court of Common Pleas or Qallla Count t. Ohio. I will oner for sale at public auction, at tbe front door or tbe Court nouse In tne City of Gallipolis. ou Saturday, the" Jlth day of Septera ber, A. u. i3u, ni on nv-hvi- n. m. or said dar.tne following; described lands an.i tenemeuis. io-wiir-' liOtsNosinlneand ten la tbe Tlllare of Aildl son.CQunty and.State aroresalit, with all tbe nriTiirres-and aPDurtenances to tbe said land in jspywuejec'ouKiu, To be sold as i the pro i property of James Bartou at the suit of Bailey & aiaznet. Terms or saie uisn in nanu at time or sale. Olren under my band tbls Sd day or August, . I). 1S80, . 4 C. Bl BT.AKT!. - Sheriff Q. C O. Aug. 5, 18S0 ow t ' institute offers complete Class ing ' J. Ical and Sclentlllc courses of study. I Rio Grande College. grauuares irom- wiuen receive the also College Preparatory, formal anil Commercial courses. Classes are form- degrees oi a. a. anu a. t , respectively ed, also, each term In the common Rncllsh branches fn miif. stmlanFi tint In ;"ar,cu"i-r fe ,egln.DJ.n? term of each year. Four terms a year of ten week each. Spring Term begins-April 5, 1880; fall Term begins Aug. 24, 1880. EXPENSES'. Tuition and Incidentals from $7 to 3 per term, or from $25 to $28, per year. Instrumental Music $10 for 20 lessons. Vocal Music, Penmanship, or Boole Keeping, $1 extra for 20 lesions. Board (including room rent) is of fered in tho, Hall at the.exceedingly low pricQ of. $2.15 per veek . The College Is situated at Bio (Jrande, Gallia Co., 0., a quiet healthy" locality on the stage line between' OahrHill and GalllpoltSi "x For catalogue or other' Information appply.to - -; a. a. .uuiiTUJ rres't