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i - t WM. NA&H Editor. Volume Xnmber 45 -. v Am g iii wiie The first installmeh?fofi New Good receiveiLiiL-Gallipolisfor-tlie THE 3,000 ya'ras'&tindard Prints, darlc styles, at"5c. 500 pairs Ladies' French Kid, sidij lace: and button Shoes, from I;50 10 cases Gents! finejCalf .Boots, at aliout half their "value. :Al falltline'of ' their iuper'lor Black Cashmeres at 25 per cent, less itors will sell the same goods. . - ,Abeahtirulkli"ne"ofiBrocadeDresFG6o"d9,"lia1lh"e' new"8liades,"al; popular prices. Tlio finoat lino nf TTnaiprf und WnnillfArclnpfa tvor ftlinwn in thp r.Itv. ' ' i. To gladden thejheartr'bf tbj?Jxpf9ekeeper,5-7rfffer this wwktEeandsomeat line of Towels and Napkins lever displayed to 'the' aflmtrtngMzelojflthe delish'Ujdvmafrons,?at! aoout one half their price on the counters ofstheH01d Regulars, jho !return fromithe Eastf'.twiceSayear: .-l RSray llbads'f -Trunks anaValises; received inti'the last ten lays. up all prices and qualities and as we buy them about 20 per cent prices are correspondingly lower, ' QD1?PT K T l50 Ladies' L-j 1-&VIX) I -fi I if Mtingsjfust go outat once, rcgardlyor cost or value. KLightcjreightClo'thing-is beingtdi3po'sed'ofat"about-half''pricc to make room for the largest and cheap, est Fall Stock ever offered in Gallipolls. Remember the name and place - EARMISON'S NEW YORK STORE, 1 Handsomest Room and' most polite-and accommodating Clerks in the city, who always meet yoii1 witb a smile and try to get the last dollar you have by giving you two dollars' worth of Good 3 for it. LAILiy ROOM, UPPER M GOODS STORE, PDBLIC SflRE, GALLIPOLIS, 0. Goods delivered to boats or trains Fall. Season of 1880, was NEW YORK Linen Dusters which we have saved specially for the Fairs and Big promptly and free of charge. mug for STORE! . to $2, worth $2.25 to $3. , ";i . . than aDy of oar. shor.t-windtd compet Trunks from $1.50 up. Valises 50c less than any other house, our selling 'Aug. 18, 1880. . I HO u r so s RHEUMATIC WAR LINIMENT, Gireatest Kemedy known for Man or .Beast. IT IS THE WONDER OF MEDICAL SCIENCE. There is no pretense about it, as thousands of our COUNTY CITIZENS will testify to. It subdues Swellings," alleviates Fain, cures Poisonous Bites and Stings; it heals Burns and Scalds without a Scar, Limbers up Stiff Joints, cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Straightens Bent Limbs, etc., etc. For Horses it has no equal; cures . Wounds, Strains, Collar,, Boils, Sore Shoulders, Stiff Joints, &c, and is the LARGEST BOTTLE for the price there is on the market, and can, be found In any store where Drugs are sold, or will be sent to any address on receipt ot price, 25 cents. S. G. THOMPSON, Proprietor, Gallipolis, Ohio. juiy 2z, J-oou. BANKING. OHIO "V ALLEY BANK, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Cash Capital, lOO.OOO. INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY. A. HENKING, "President. J. T. HALLIDAY, Vice-Preaide'nt. C. W. HENKING, Cashier. PIRECTORS: A. Hknkino, Wji. Shobkr, J. T. HALLIDAY. C. D. Bailst, . C. V. IlttSKiN-a. HTDeab in Government and Galli polls City Bonds. Makes collections on all points and issues Drafts on princi pal Cities in the United SLitca and Europe. Banking hours from 9 A. 31. to 3 WHOLESALE GROCERS. ALLGMONG, BAEfl & CO., Succeesors to HIMIftg, ALLEM0iG & CO., Wholesale Grocers AND DEALERSJN Produce and Provisions, GALLIPOLIS, .... OHIO Jan. 2, 1879. 90 YOU WANT TO RIDE? We have a large assortment of CarriageH, Buggies" AND WAGONS, Both of our own make and Cincinnati manufacture, which we will sell at UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES FOR CASE, notwithstanding the late advance In material. Call and see us. J AS. VANDEN & SON. Sept. 18, 1879 tf AT IS THE PLACE IX) BUY FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS, MADE by hand, and of Cincinnati manufacture, the best Furni ture in the market, and at the Xiowest Price for Cash. We keep the Latest Styles of all kinds of Furniture made by skilled mechanics, and not Old Style Goods made by boys who only receive SO cents per day. We can sell a full suit of Parlor Furniture for $35.00. All Goods warranted as repre -Bested.- Call -and seefor" yourself oerore purchasing ;eisewhere. , Goods "delivered In City or on boat free of charge. . Do not forget the place, corner of Court and Third streets, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Feb. lj?(j1880v . S. BISHOP & CD'S Bargains. ITTAGONS built and .repaired, at mv . shop, three miles west of Ewlng- Ang..l3,188tVly "li; ANTED Arrents for the Life of TJ General Garfleld, by .Hon. . A.G Kiddle t tha standard worlr. TYLER 'mwl'i V HUH OU. VUIV.KUj Aug 19,1880-4 Iegal JSotice. M&RY EWIKG, and John Evrlnr her bus band; William K. McLeish; .lolm S. Mc LeiJh: Lizzie K.-McLelib. Qarie . McLeUb, Anna R. HeLel-h, a minor nniler the age of lourteen years; r ranic aieieisn, a minor unaer me nge ox lonrwen year&t ana nor v. ucieisa, a minor under the age of fourteen year., of, the county of; Worth; in the State-of Jllisouri. wlll take notice that & petition was filed against them and others, on the 4th day of September, A. D.18S0, in tkeOonrt or Common Fleas within and for the county ef Gallia, and State of Ohio, by Annie Belle Woodruff, and is now pending, wherein said Annie Bella Woodruff demands partition of the following real estate, to-wit: (1.) Situate in Morgan township. Gallia county and State of Ohio, the west half of the norih-west, quarter of Section No.' 34, Township No, 1,'of itange No. 15, of the Ohio Company's Purchase, containing SU acres more or less i2 ) Alio another; tract in the Township, County and State aroresald and adjoining the aforesaid tract, and in the south-west corner or Section No. 3.1. Township No. ".of KaneeNo. IS. of the Ohio Company's Purchase, and bounded as fallows, to-wit: uetinaing at me sontn-west corner of said Section No. S3; thence running north on the west line of said Section to the road from Rutland, In Meigs, county, to Vinton, In Gallia county; thence a north-easterly direction with said road to the crossing ol the Gallipolis and WilkesTille road; thence a south-easterly direction with said Gallipolls and WUfcesTlle road to the south line of said Section No. S3; thence west with said south line to lbs place of beginning, supposed to contain 10 acres more or less; excepting therefrom the following de scribed tract: beginning near the south-west corner Of said Section where Boblnson's Bun crosses the township line between llnnUngton and Morgan townships, following the meander lngs of said ran In the center np north-easterly to the month of Boberts Run which- runs through Henry 8. Eaton's farm; thence north westerly by a blg.oak stump to the road leading from Rutland, in Meigs county, to Vinton; in Gallia county; thence along said road south westerly to the township line; thence south' on said line to the place of beginning, supposed to contain 1 acre mora or less. ;3.) Also a certain tract or parcel of land In the north half of the east half of the north-east quarter of. Section No. 13,.Townlhlp-No7, of Range No. IS, and described a follows : com mencing 9. rods south tor the north-east corner thereof; thence south with the section and town, ship line M rods more or less to Duncan Mc Leish's land ; thence west with the said McLeish line to Robinson: Run ; thence np said run until by. running a due west course It will strike 'the south-east .corner oOIoseph II. Kerr's land in the road leading frqn Vinton to Rutland by Hiram Wllleox's farnu thence a nortb.eaterly course with said road to a tree known as the big beech, and a sugar tree at a little bridge; and thence a foutB.easterly course wltb the south line of anleceof land sold to Milton Kent to the place or beginning, supposed to contain 34 acre mora or less. In said county of Galila ann orate oi wuiu. (1.) Also a certain parcel or jand .situate in State of Ohio, bounded and described as follows. lo-wir,: oegtnmng at iDanourn-east corner ot tne norcn-westauarreror section ao. 13. Town ship No. 7, of Range No. 10, of Congress lands'sold atcnimcotne, umo; ana running irom tnence west 3 rods to a stake In the run; .thence down said Tun wltb the meanders thereof a north-1 westerly direction to tbe eastand west middle I line of said quarter section; thence east with I said middle line to tbe east line or said Section ; thence south with said section line to tbe place of beginning, containing. 13 acres more or, less: u tuat as next terra 01 sain court we. sata Annie Belle Woodruff will apply Tor an order that partition may.be made of said premises, and that tbe dower estate of Ann McLeish uierein may De assigned to her. ANNIE belli: woodruff. ByVhltArUoldombTTier Ati'var" MILLING. Laisn S; Bell Dealers in WHEAT, LOUE, Mill Feed, Corn; &c., "Buckeye Mills," State Street, near Fourtn, GALLIE0LI,-O.-- Csfih paid for Wheat! July 3, 1879. I P. M. BANK, GALLIPOLIS. EDWARD DELETOMBE, President JOSEPH HUNT, Vice-President. ' JNO. A. HAMILTON, Cashier. Capital Stock, - - $100,000. '1 J- DIRECTORS: -Edwartl Deletombc, Jno'. A. Hamilton. Reuben Aleshire, J03. Hunt; -Jphn.iiutsinpillcr, J. S, .Blackallcr. Buys Gold, Silver, U. 8. Bondsi Cou pons, and Government Securities of all kinds. Bank open from 9 A. M.to 3 J. M.i JNO. A. HAMILTON. Cnshlerl U If. BCMAN B. G. rvlXLKR, 2 res't. Vice Pres't. u. k. bkman. Cashier. CENTREVILiLE National Bank OF THURATAN, OHIO. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $100,000. BANK OF CIRCULATION, Dis count and 'Exchange. Interest paid on Time Deposits; Good paper purchased. Drafts on New, York:, Cin cinnati and other cities 'for sale. Banking hours from 9 to Ti and from ltb,4. DIRECTORS : X. M. Beman, ' S. Q. Keller, Permella Wood, J. C. Oross, S. P. PorUr. WHOLESALE GROCERS. MILLING. R. ALESHIRE &. OO DSULSII IX Flour, Wheat, Mill-Feed, Ac. GASH. !FOjrrWHEAT, EUREKA Iff I L C $ ; - i, 1 V V J GALLIPOLIS. 0HI07 Farm For Sale I OFFER my farm- of. 200 acres for sale. It is located Jive miles from (Gallipolls, .has on it a; good . frame. Qweuioe nonse, witu .cient rooms. cellar, pautry and good well of; water at the' door, "For -further' particulars appiy to me, ,-- , , . CLAKA ,MOBTON I0DHG LpMTOE, Superior Advantages in Literature, Jiencb, iMusic and- Art; 1 S Session opens Sept. Si. send for Circulars. HtTHANK MILLER-, Pres't. Suvx Parke Smitb, Principal. Aug. 13, 1880 2m WHOLESALE GROCERS. MILLING. MISSISSIPPI DEMOCRACY. -AN EX-REREL AND . GREEN-BACKER BOLL-DOZED - L BY A. COMMITTEE gOE; -THE "BONNIE BLOE WITH' 1 ' ! SHOT-GUNS. ,,: SPECIFICATIONS OF AN ATTEMPTED POLITICAL OUTRAGE TO COME. Special to the Cincinnati Commercial. MiiiiPHis, Tzss., Sepleirioer 2. The following letter Is in type and will ap - pear lo-iiiiirruw. in uiui'icihhii ti Herald ald.tlieorganortheNatloualGrei'n - fc party for We't Tennessee. i The uln-AHUD tliti 1afai.'W vnitpllf.il fnr back sren'uln'ehess of the letteri;! vouched for by the editor of the Herald, aiid the facts scatea are corrooor.nrai uy "cnueincu cognizant of them, direct trom toneq- villu., The wnttir. as he sisns nimseii, Is chairman 6f theTfailonal Greeiihack Executive-Committee fon'the State of SfissUslppi. and will be recalled as the Captain Wimberljvwho, when elected Clerk of "JTallabusha County, and on being" cdu'nted out, barricaded the Court-hott?, defied the hull4lczprs, and held the fort against all comers until the was decided in his favor; ! - COFFEEVILLE, MISS. August 25, 1880. Memplii3 Herald, R. V. Pear3oi),.Esa-: Tne canuiuate on tne national ureen- hack ticket for .Sherlft U elected. On 'Mondnr. Au2ut53. the so-called Dem ocrats of this county auu aujoining counties assembled at this place in mobs, "with their shotguns, bowle knives and pistols, they saiu to Keep the peace, liut later in the day ,they chansed -their nroeramme.- appointed a committee consisting oi two, .i. ii "EBkridge and W. P. Hyde, to call on me and demanding that I cease advo cating the National Greenback oauio or l would ue a uohu man.ueiore miunigiu. Ify rcplv was that! would when, Got! called me' away and not until then. About an hour later I was waited on by another committee, consisting of L. W. Jones, Y. P. Hyde and W. T. Wynn, saying Vie people demanded an uncon ditional surrender of my political prln. clples. My replj was 1 hoped when 1 did God might wither imy right arm or that. aeatli might .come instantly, and if they intended carrying out then: threats. I. would ask them, for decency's sake, "not to mob' me, but appoint a corn-" inltteo'or nve,-give me three Hours' notice, that! might wind up.niyjnatters, then thru' could take me. tie my hHnds behind me, tie me to a 'stake, bllndfold j me ancr shoot me. in oilier wonis, take any style, but for Goil's sake not to lmye me assassinated at nignt, as that would look ucly, but do It in open daylight. They said they had nothing further to uo with it; mat wouui do left with the parties who gave them in structions. Mv friend. Mr. J. C. Steele, who was with me, a?ked them if nothing else but an unconditional surrender or pontics would satisfy them. Mr; S. W". Jones, one of the commit- tcc roplied that he thought. not, and re marked to Mr. W P. Wynn that lie was the Secretary of our lodge, to-wit, "The Foresters."- that I thought I owed some dues, and to please call and get the mo ney, that 1 might get a receipt m full, so when 1 was murdered my lanillv would get'the benetit'of tlio policy. He did so; f then went aroutid to my store, there to: await the result of their hellish schemes, but God In His goodness saw fit to prevent "them, and has continued to do so nj) to this good hour, and I have faith to believe that He will continue to do EO. Now, Mr. Editor, these arc all facts. and still not half told, but will In a few days havo out my communication In full, as ahove stated. These are facti. and he whodenics it lies. I wasboru In Marshall County, Mississippi, and when,! a uoy my latner moved to .Memphis, Tcnn. When tlio first cannon Bred at Fort Sumpter I volunteered my ser vices', joined the ilarris Zouave Cadets of, the old One Hundred and fifty-fourth Senior Tennessee Regiment, left mv home to ftght for what I believed my rights and 'the liberties of our Southern people. I never returned home but once during the war, and ,that was caused from sickness, and of such a na ture that 1 was discharged from the. in fantry, but soon connected with For rest's Cavalry, and there remained until we surrendered at Grenada, jllss. I have heard and read of these things said to have been committed In the South, and I must confess that I did not believe half of what 1 heard, -and the only reason I can assign Is that I was a, memoer of the Democratic party, and like hundreds and thousands of others that are now members of the same par ty, blinded by Its corruptions and inca pability of controlling anything but a mob... In 1801. when W. L. Yancav. in Memphis, made his noted secession speech, I was standing near my father. He looked at mo and said, "My son, if that policy is carried.out. and. the Dem ocracy upheld, it will be the damnation of the South." I, in the language of my father, say that If the Democracy gets control of this Government it will be the, destruction of the liberties of its people. God. let the heavens fall, let the .earth sink, let the siin cease to shine, but for mercy's sake, and for the sake of the rlRlng generation, crnsli'tlie so-cauea. democracy, is my earnest prayer. 1 will give it to yon In full next week. f Respectfully, A. T. WIMBERLY. Chairman of the National State Ex. Committee. From Hon. E. A. Stone. Correspondence Gallipolis Journal. LEMHI, IDAHO. August 31st, 1880. Editor Jourxal: In mv last. I promised to give your readers an ac count ol my trip across the Rocky Mountain Territory, whlthecl went for tne purpose or getting some of the chiefs of the different tribes belonging here (who had gone there for the pur pose of killing game) to goto Fort Hall 200 miles south-of here, to hold a council with the Honorable the Secre tary of the Interior. Everything in readiness, on Saturdav morning, July 31st, In company with Major, T. M. Hay worth , Indian Inspec tor, iand. a half-breed lnterpreter, and spntpri in nn rtnl 1 11 n ... 1ehTnd a spaulilng spanof bay horses, auu isiiucu uy me n ire mountain breeze as It comes laden with health and life, giving ipower from off (the sur rounding mountains still (white with snow, 'We start for Red Rock, distant about 1UO miles. About 1L o'clock wc reach Junction. where 'there are a few-houses" and post office-by-the-sanie name. Here we stop for .dinner, Jecd, our horses,. read tne news, rest an nour, pay our bills Out'of"Uncle Sams" moriev,'b6aru" bur spring wagon and are offcor-Mulkys, twenty-flye, miles, distantwlth jtmtone bouse oh the way; "Tfiree'mlles 6t ex cellent road passed over, and we brinrt I Lf ,. up at one of the' grandest ermvons, to be, hi the entire Rockv. "Mountain itange; Ihrpugh the entire length of canyon, which Is eight mile,, there runs a freek of as riure. olear wnter i ever Deueiu, anil ever anu anon couia see, the beautiful speckled trout darting np to catch thn unjyary inwet as ii Happened to alight iu the iftreara. Ardlflerent points as we ascended canyon, we" stopped to admire grand, the beautiful in. nature. Here close down beside, the clear cold, stream and high up among the castled rocks In rich profusion grow tbe Not way iprucc and Balsam Fir. While yonder- irum its uizay Height, on Uie loftiest peak. with roots L-mwlIne- Into crpvices of a glant rock, stands a huge mountain' Hemlock, wsvlus: Its sluewy" uicv4r( jiuvihiiuiii wiuij jaliuoit - aiidihle voice, that 'no spot this , earth, Illumed by the smile of iTlinft- Pun hA llffnrlv trktiolt- anil .Iasl- Dicty; can UUP. h Having learned before leaving, that having passed through this canyon and jsoinc six. or eight miles beyond, .would cros at a point where the water on one side of the mountain found way west Into the Pacific, and on the other,.east Into the Atlantic Ocean,, was jinxloiu to reach that iKJint and top awhile and have a friendly chat wnii nanire in ucr wildest moods. As height after height was gained by ..winding around the various mountain spurs, onr half-breed interpreter, who had traveled this way before, pointed out to us the different peaks we had to pass before reaching the main divide. .Atelast wo reached tht nnvlnnslv looked fur spot, and reining in our pair of baya upon a backbone so narrow tnat there is barely room tor our- team to stand. 1 get out of onr spring wagon ap walk away some fifty paces and xui mc iiowu an alone to commune awhile with nature. 1 am now within one mile of the spot whore rises the extreme head waters tnouMissouri River. , Ijnmeiliately bslow and In front me, and stretching away fo the north east; lies the beautiful vallev of "Horse Prairie." While winding Its circuitous route as far as the eye can reach, runs a delightful stream of the same name, whoe course Is nialnlv outlined bv the thickly set bushes whloh grow In thick imiuiuii uii rmirr Slue. Tojuy right and behind me, Just far as 1 could see, there was naught uuMnici my vision, save the rare thin atmosphere that surrounded me; while to iny left, and for miles along the summit or the range, Is a forest evergreen trees, under whose ample shade huge snow-drifts seem vainly trying to hide' ihemselvea away from tno melting rays of a July sun. Getting up from the great boulder upon which I have been sit'.ing, I cross me road in front of our team and walking some Any steps, I culled a few wild flowers from among the strange. stinted specimens which grew in' count less ,nuinuer mere, i was standing upou an eminence so narrow, that with an ordinary buggv win which I held in riiy hand. I could reaoh a uoint on oneide, -where the water from the melting enow was use startintr on Its long, long Journey to the Atlantic, and on the other at equal distance, it seemed reluctantly leaving for the Pacific ucean. Before leaving. I turned me round and with a last lingering gaze I tried to drink in all the beauties of the scene, as it lay there manned out before me. while the then pure air seemed to bring uiuuistant mountains and plains within my vision. Talk to mc about the mountains and the valleys, the rivers and plain's of the Orient, with their stained monuments of legendary fame, they bear no com parison to this "my own, my native land." Jso, you may make the tour of all the old world, yon may ascend the highest peas oi mc granu oiu Alps, and as you stand there, your gaze, will extend over one miserable, petty province, kingdom or empire, to rest upou another; while here, mine eyes fall to take In even one comparatively small portion of our country. But at this point (am reminded that it is yet 15 miles to where we propoio to stop for the night, and that already' old Sol has made within two hours of his day's run, so 1 pocket my flowers, board our wagon, grap the lines, give reins to the bays, and away wo go, I a wiser, and I hope, a better man. Just as the sun went down behind the mountains, we reach the place where wc intended to stay all night, but our man had sold out, packed his trap9, and gone to the city of Helena to be some body.. We found! however, at the ranch, six old. b.-lchelors, who were cutting and making hay for the- present owner. These good old fellows kindly took U3 in, upon condition that we furnish our own bedding. Fortunately, we had brought that along with us, in the shape of a pair of blanket! and a buffalo 'robe to each man. Supper over, we were shown to our room, and making our beds, with our satchels for our pillows, were about getting In, when one of the old batch dors came into our room and asked us if we were afraid of ghosts.- He then proceeded to tell us that in this same room, two year3 ago, the Nez Perce Indians murdered two white men, and, said he, one of them died and was found lying right where you have made your bed. By tha pale, sickly light of the tal low dip which he held in his hand, I carefully scanned the empty room, and as be left and went out through the long hall, his old brogaus making as much noise on the bare tloor as any two ghosts would make, I actually fairly strained mine eyes looking for some white robed stranger, not the while thinking whether he would be dead or alive. Tired as we were, though our bed was hard, we were soon asleep, and I, "through dreamlaud took my way." In my imagination I went back home. got out of the express at the great old gate down by the stable, and as I shut it after mc, the noise of tbe huge old latch startled the old house-dog Rover, who with that old familiar bark, came wagging his bushy tail to meet me. On went, "up the old well-beaten path until I reach the little gate in, front of the door, when wife catches sight of me, nd springing from her chair and brushing back her hair with both bands comes running to meet me. I embraced and kissed her as affectionately as I ever did in my waking moments, and soon one after another of the children took me by the hand , to welcome ,me h6me again. I stood there and actually cried for joy, and by my noise I woke my bedifellow, who- iu' turn woke me by asking me what I was crying abouti Soon it is daylight, and the snn look ing in at our window bids us get up. Breakfast over, we harness our bays and are soon on our Journey. . J?orty-flve miles passed, night here, Indians, found- object of journey acoom .ptished, a night's repose and a two day's drive'.'arid we bring up atLembl. again. E. A. STONE. - bwcatest Orsngea--Sonreat Xem-r siild this as wi the the on 1 of of BROSZUS, Sign of the Gold Hand, Public Square, RECEIVES THIS WEEK A LARGE VARIETY OP Bark Prints, Flannels, JEANS, BROWN BLEACHED MUSLINS. r Will also open several Nos. of their popular BLACK FRENCH CASHMERES. By the last of this month we will display to the people $20,000 worth of Fresh New Dry Goods and which will he sold at the Lowest Market Eates. We still have on hand a few of Gallipolis All Wool Jeans at 45c per yard. COME AND EXAMINE. August 12, 1880. - S. Carpets, BE.OSIUS. to of SIGN OF If aye removed to their New Building Boots. Shoes, Wo ftfin more readilv and Our New Store is well liglited.on the darkest days, and we have had it fixed up with all i i ',.1. x.i.l." C 1- ,1 -i tne modern improvements wiui a viuw wutu uumiuru ituu uixuiiunuuuuon 01 our cus-tomei-s. .... Tim ffmiiftr nnrt of our iner aercatmanv troods as goods m our line cannot fail the latest Spring anyies, in rouble to show Goods. One March 25, 1880. THE COLO BOOT. on the JPublie Square, Where with an unusually large Stock of satisfactorily supply tlie wants of our increasing trade. stock was l)0ueht early m the low as we can uuy them to-day. Persons in need ot any to be pleased, as our assortment is large, and contains all nocn shueiS anu tiAia. price to all and that price BKOSXUS warn. ats, Caps, season, and we arereallv sel- uau ana see lor yoursen. jno we guarantee to be the lowest. & KAlTCrlOJLOT. KBEE BEOS. druggists: c H rSb 25 T E HI. fS4 ss 22 i "a -ll p1 K a 1 M N I C M r.. - , 3 a a -"1 n Z3' 2a w o tr1 o s u & N S-sa 2 -2 32 "b 2 3 a "S3 5?" "a w-s P If SP 83 a - S Cor. Court and3l streets, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Fb. 2C, 1880. St 2?2 o o a t s 3 HOUKB C. JOXK3.' D. W. JOXE3 JONES & JONES, GALLIPOLIS,, O. Ofjice Formerl j occupied by R. S. Waadeii, on beconu Street. June 10, 1880 ly ATTORNEY AT LAW, Offlce at residence, .Front, St., attove Dufonr House, v Qalupoiw. Onto. w Piae Canilietf at? Bovie, Pitrat & Co. RELIABLE INDEMNITY. 1862 GEO. H0USB, 1879 OUCESSOR to the Old EstablblieJ Agent!. iu rf H 1. Nirauwfr tiiri 111. land. Marine. Life and Accident In surance. AtttU. 3,M7,773 00 .Elna, llartfonl, Conn... Continental, New York. . insurance Co.. orth America, l'hlladelphla, organized 17W C.582,009 00 Underwriter Agency, Xcw York 3.3C2.C26 00 Oueeii of Llreroool. Assets InU. S 1,034,791 00 Amazon, Cincinnati C05,ai7 00 Qcrmau Aiaericiin, New York 2,471,781 00 British American, Toron- to.Cinada, U. H. Branch, 671 ,4 l.'i 00 Travelers, Life and Acci dent, Hartford, Conn.. 4,593,115 00 Niagara, New York...... 1,329,630 10 Fireman Fund, San Fran cUco 701,221 00 Pennsylvania, Philadel phia 1,853,2:18 00 ilay 8. 1879 GROCERIES, &C. OHARLBS SEMON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries. Coikfectionariesj PruviiioHB, &c. COURT ST., BET. SECOND & T1TIRD, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, RMpcctfullyask3 the oltizena of Qalllpc- ii8 ro can at nis eitaonsnnieut ana exam ine his stock of GROCERIES, Ccttslsting-ofallortlclcstobe found In a FAMILY GROCERY STORE. My atock of CONFECTIONER EES are large aud complete; such as Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, kc. By strict attention to business, sellings at smau proms, i noptiu uierii a uuaic of public patronage. OYSTERS by tbe can- and half can of ' Ihi best quality, and watrantod fo bo fresh. . , . COUNTRY PRODUCE Of all Mails wanted, for whlea tke bfgBest ciarJcet price wut oapaui. C. SIMON. SADDLES AND SADDLERY. ESTABLISHED IN 1832. Jifanvfticlurer and Dealet tn SADDLES, BRIDLES, Harness, Collars, Wagon and Buggy Whips; Lashes of all kinds; TRUNKS AND FAXICES, LAP ROUES, DUSTERS, HARNESS OILS, Trace-Chains, Curry-Coinbs IIorse-Brushs. &c. COURT ST., - - OALLirOLIS, Q. t9Rcpairing promptly attended to. rricca to suit tne t: nea JS. M. Brandyberry, 4 THE COURT STREET AND DEALER IN Furnishing Goods and Hats. April 3, 1879. J. It. SiKKoitn. T. S. Bnovwr. JDENTIS1S, OFHCES, ISECOND ST. Aug. 14, 1879. CMKA&S m&Ml POMEROY COAL. Full supply always on hand. Also, constantly on hand, the best Kanawha Lump, Nut anil Slack Coal, the cheapest in, the marset. My-facilities arc such, that l can supply these coals, at any landing, bv the float or barge load, and at prices to .accommodate consumers. Office, at the landing opposite the rDufourHouse. J. HAMILTON, Agent, May 8, 1879.