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"Trntli. and Justice,
WIWL. NASH, Editor. Si GO in Advance OCTOBER ai 188. Volume XJLYV. a T ' HARM IS ON TO THE FRONT. Opening this week the Largest Stock of Goods ever offered in . Gallipolis, and at prices that make tlie Consumer smile, and the "short-winded" dealer tremble. 5.000 yards Splendid Calico only oc. yard. Beautiful Patterns. . 25 Cases Brown Muslin from 4c. to 7c yard,, fully lc. yard lower on each goods than elsewhere. 100 doz. Ladles Shoes from 75c per pair up to the Finest Grades, and we guarantee to save you from 2jc. 10 " ViSS ffif B5SbS to 40 per pair less than can be had of the Old Regulars. 100 Suits of Clothln for Men and Boys to be rattled out at 33 per cent less than cost-of manufacture. There are some Special Bargains in this line of Goods, and an early inspection Is requested. The handsomest line of Hats for'Men and Boys ever offered here, and at about one-half the regular price. , GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS In endless variety, and at prices that will astonish. ' -'splendid line of French and English Cashmeres in all shades and qualitiea, and from 5to 10c. yard less than any other house can possibly sell them. f Plain and Brocade Silks in -all Colors. Our 50c. Brocade and plain Silks are a marvel of Cheapness and are going out rapidly. Silk Velvets from 90ci yard up. 1,000 pieces Plain and Brocade Ribbons, all colors and widths, at about one-half the usual-price. OUR CARPET AND OIL CLOTH STOCK . : Has been largely increased and contains some of the handsomest goods ever offered in this line. HARMISON, New York Store, Public Square, Gallipolis, O Sept 23, 1880. THOMPSON'S RHEUMATIC WAR LINIMENT, IS THE Greatest Remedy 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 Pain 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 eqnal; 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 bo sent to any address on receipt ot price, 25 cents. THOMPSON & KERR, Proprietors, Laboratory at July 22, 18S0. Kerr Bros' Drug Store, cor. Court & 3d, Gallipolis, .0. WHOLESALE GROCERS. & Succecsors to HEARING, ALLESIONG & CO., Wholesale Grocers - AND DEALERS IN Produce and Provisions, GALLIPOLIS, - - -. - OHIO Jan. 2, 1879. DO YOU MT TO MM? We have a large assortment of Carriages, Buggies AND mnS'D mtS.tS.Ttr A fif")YT Tf jDmjrJ X j Both of our own make and Cincinnati r.. m,tu , ,.riii can at UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES. FOR CASH, notwithstanding the late advance in material. Call and see us. JAS. VANDEN & SON. t Sept. 18, 1879 tf Mr CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. Everything abreast of The limes. Bring in your produce and get Goods in Exchange. Wft manufacture Superior article of Brooms. Will pay you Produce or Cash for your Broom Corn. July 22, 1880 tf Farm for Sale. mFTE subscriber offers for sale 1 farm of one hundred and sixteen acres, two miles from Gallipolis, on O. & W. Va. Railroad. House, stables and outbuildings good. For -further particulars address-or enquire-on-the' in. premises ot A. P. RODGERS, Gallipolis, Ohio Sept. 2, 1830. ! . I a his the ANNOUNCEMENT, I HEREBY respectfully annouce to the citizens of Gallipolis aud vicin ity that I liavo purchased recently the 'well known DIG snsE of Mr. J. L. HAYWARD. I shall al ways keep on hand a full and well assorted stock of P1EBE .-DBU.GS, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Glass and Fancy Goods. , Also a well selected stock of , Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes, Cigars, To bacco, &c, Ami T linnp hv shrift and faithful at- tention to business, to merit a liberal share of the public patronage. MR. HAYWARD will, assist me for some time to come, while settling upmis own business, and will be glad see his friends. Respectfully, J. H. SCHAAF. Practical German Pharmacist Aug.,25, 1880. MILLING. Lan & U, Dealers in WHEAT, FLOUR, Mill Feed, Corn, &c, "Buckeye Mills," State Street, near Fourth, GALLIPOLIS, O. Cash paid for Wheat! July 3, 1879. OHIO BLUE SUM SPRINGS "Near Kygerville, GALLIA COUNTY, O. XTAVING leased the above property for a term JL of years.1 take pleasure in announcing to the public that sacn progress has been made in fittinsr ud and ImproTinr the buildinea and springs as to enable me to entertain regular Doaraers anu rantcub vi&iujn. Those seeung a, restoration ot Health will And here a variety -of as rood mineral and other water as the' world affords; pure air, Deanuiui t-cencrjr, iuvijr roaming groves, ana healthy diet. xaoseseeKing recreauuu auu luiiuceui amuse ment, will have every possible effort made gratify their wishes. The entertainment of excursion parties will be made a specialty of this Season. A fine alrv hall, refreshments -and music witt be fur nished on short notice; also (tabling and feed for horses. Dr. JiiHVSOW. who resides near the scrinirs and has been prescribing the water in his prac tice for several vears. klndlr offers bis advice to visitors In, regard to the use of the water. tnis season free or charge. , D. R. JACOBS. July 32, 1880 tf The best Hanging Lamp in .the market, at Bo vie, Pitrat & Co. BANKING. OHIO VALLEY BANK, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Cash, Capital, S 100,000. INDIVIDUAIJ.UBILITY. A. HENKING, President. J.. T. HALLIDAY, Vice-President. Ci W. HENKING, Cashier. DIRECTORS : A. Henkiho, Wh. Shobeb, J. T. Halliday, C. D. Bailey, C. W. Hknkino. E9Deals in Government and Galli polis City Bonds. Makes collections on all points and Issues Drafts on princi pal Cities in the United States and Europe. Banking hours, from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. BANK, GALLIPOLIS. EDWARD DELETOMBE, President. JOSEPH HUNT, Vice-President. JNO. A. HAMILTON, Cashfer. Capital Stock, - - $100,000. DIRECTORS: Edward Delctombc, Jno. A. Hamilton, Reuben Aleshirc, Jos. Hunt, John Hutsinpiller, J. S. Blackaller. Buys Gold, Silver, U. S. Bonds, Cou pons, ana Government securities 01 an kinds. Batik open from 9 A. M.to 3 P. M. JNO. A. HAMILTON. Cashier. L. M. BKMAN S. G. lVKLLKR, Pres't. Vice Pres't. ii. e. bexax. Cashier. CENTREVILLE National Bank OP THURMAN, OHIO. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $100,000. TPAKK OF CIRCULATION, DIS- 3 count and Exchange. Interest Daid on lime Deposits. Good paper nurchased. Drafts on New York, Cin cinnati and other cities lor sale. Banking hours from 9 to 13 and from I to 4. DIRECTORS : L. M. Biman, 8. O. Keller, Permelia Wood, J. U. (frost, X. P. Porter. MILLING. ! 1 to R. ALBSHIRB & CO otAim ix Flour, Wheat, Mill-Feed, Sec. CASH FOR WHEAT, EUREKA MILLS, GALLIPOLIS. OHIO. Farm TPbi? Sale. I OFFER my farm of 200 acres for. sale. It is located Ave mlle3 trom Gallipolis, has on it a good, frame dwelling hocse, with eight rooms, cellarKpantryt and goodjvelloloWater. at "the door. For further particulars apply to me. fe Aug. 5, ,1880. IVIonnt A.xi'bruMa YOuHG utm INSTITUTE, Superior Advantages in Literature, 17 1. -v" : . rieucu, music ana- Art: 45 Session opens BeptKSend for Circulars. H; THANE MILLER,5 Pres't. Emma Pakke Smith, Principal. Aug1. 12,-1880 2m A Valuable Convert. Robert J. Morgan, a prominent Irish American Democrat Of .Cincinnati,- has. declared for Garfield and- the Republi can ticket. Mr. Morgan recently, re turned from Europe, wherejie has been traveling on commercial' business. He said t;liat prior to leaving Cincinnati he heard, Judge Hoadly and others thank ing God that they were back, in the old Democratic ship of "Free Trade;" etc. He determined while in Europe to In vestigate the labor and tariff questions. Here is some of his experience In Great Britain: ' - At Belfast, visiting the.'Broad -Street Spinning Works, a concern employing 6,000 people, from.the ages of ten years to sixty and seventy, l .asueu uia mana ger, when I saw tne factory uismissea for dinner, if that was where these people live, pointing to a lot of one- story huts, arranged like, tne camp oi.i an army, with narrow paesage-'arays, i near the factory? His answer was, 'Yes. and the fathers, grandfalhers ana greatfethers of these children lived there reiore;tncm," aiy repiy. ai uiaij time, was: "Only those who went to America, as I did, when but nine years of age, and ray father at fifty, have prospered in that tree land, w.here laborers make happy homes for their children, and become good freemen i themselves. From what ypn say, the same good fortune never awaits those who remain here." I then said. "How abouftbe education' of the UttioonesI see passing out in such vast numbers?" file onQircr urna "Wn nttaml tn f hlt." I said, "How?" He replied: "We send tliem to school two hours per day for five months in the year." Such is their idea or educating the -working classes: After leaving Ireland I traveled as a commercial man drummer as thoy aje called here-through Scotland and Eng. land, which gave me the opportunity of holding conversations with the manufacturers there and tho mechanics in their establishments. I would talk to the employers in their offices In the dav time, and their managers and em ployes in the evening, and on all OOP!, sionslhad great difficulty in trying to. prove to them that we were equal to them in all lines o! manufacturing; But in everv instance they would say, employer, manager and mechanic, that wu may oe equal, uuc we couiu nut, manufacture as cheap as they could, because our pay to the worklngman and the mechanic was three times greater than they paid, and If we. would take off our selfish protective tariff they would and could ruin our manufacturing in terests, because they were the leading manufacturers of the world and thought it only right that the mother country should continue to be the manufactur ing portion of the world. ily answer to such remarks was : We cannot, and never will, permit those tariffs to be removed. We have a republic, not a monarchy, with .queens, kings, princes, and an immense aristo cratic, nobility to support and foster, aud a grand army and navy to sustain. To sustain our Government we do it by education. Our mechanics' aud laborers' children commence, .schooling at the age of six, and finish their educa tion at an average of, say, sixteen or seventeen years. Jn going to school at the age of six they nave snoes on tneir feet, warm clothes on their little bodies, and heads covered with comfortable hats. Educated labor becomes better skilled mechanics than, your ignorant labor; they think more; and know as much more about governmental affairs, when they are seventeen years oft age than your uneducated mechanic will at the age.of thirty. They love their fathers and mothers more, than you do, they take care of their aged parents. I know some of the poorest Irishmen who came to America twenty and thirty years ago, who have 'sons, some of our largest merchants, manufacturers, lawyers and soldiers at West Point, tbe same as those people whose forefathers were born and raised in America. From what I have seen Jn Ireland, Wales, Scotland and England, and learning from practical observations, I made up mv mind never to vote.or aid any party or .any set who would be in favor of abolishing a protective tariff, bringing cheap and ignorant labor In competition with tne euucateu working- classes oi this, my adopted country. These experiences,, together with in vestigations made since his arrival home, effectually cured Mr. Morgan of his Democracy; and he' talks to the working men of Cincinnati after this fashion : If such Is Europe, will you, work ingmen of Cincinnati irrespective of Dartv vote to forge tho chains of a slavery placing you on the same ground that is snown the people across tne oceau are forced to occupy? 1Y111 you, loving your wives and children as. you do, vote to take off your only safeguard, our present protective tariff; so that all our manufactories and workshops will have to stop, or lower your wages to the' same scale that vour unfortunate fellow workmen in Europe have to sub mit to, so as to competo with .European cheap labor? This is not a question ot pontics, it is simply whether you will vote to starve your families, and we feel sure' that your answer will DC no, no, HU, a thousand times A O. The Democratic platform declares for "only tariff for revenue" that is, to take off the protection now given to American goods while' the Hepnllcan nlatform. with unerring thunder, de clares not only for a revenue tariff, but also for a protective tariff, or one which prevents tiie cheap labor of Europe makine paupers of our working people, Witii these truths before you, will you hesitate? Will you for an Instant think of forging the chains which will make slaves of yourself and posterity for all time to comer Morgah'Is'TiImaelf'a'working man a printer and knows how to sympa thize with those whb toll for their daily bread. English as a Union Hater in 1861. . A Washington special to the Clncln nati Gazette savs : An 'examination of the records ot Congress at the time of the inaugura tion ot. ADranam Lincoln shows, toai W. H. English, of Indiana, was so bit ter a Copperhead, and so much of a Union hater at that time that he endeav ored to secure the removal from the Capital of the little handful of troops which even dames Buchanan bad brought here for the purpose of aiding to prevent the, riots threatened by Southern men in case of the. inaugura tion Of Lincoln. President Buchanan had sent a message'to Congress stating that' he had brought troops here as means of keeping the peace:, and that their Dresence, ne (nought, nau been beneficial. Tet .William, H.. English the Dresent candidate for Vice Presi dent on the Democratic ticket, with five other Northern Democrats, voted. that these t'roons should instantly.be removed from the National Capital. A Father Who Melted. A Father Who Melted. Detroit Free Press.] rThybtheevening a citizen of Detroit MCKoneu to nis r-'-year-oiu son to ioi low him to.tho-wood.ahed;and whet they had arrivetHliere.he began Now, young raanj-yoit havabeen fighting again ! Howmany' times have I told you that, it " was disgraceful to fight?". " "Oh.'fathcr, this --wasn't about mar bles oranythingof the1 kind," replied. tne roy; , "I cahTt helpjt'. As & Chistian man it Is my duty to brlngup my .children to fear theXord. Take blf your oat!" - "But; father, the boy I was fighting with called mo-names!" . "Cant Tielp it:- Calling names don't hurt nny one. Off wltif that coat !" "He said I was the. son' ofva wire puller." "What I what's that?" "And ho' said you was' an offlce- hnnter!" - " -"J "What! what loafer dared make that assertion ?" i "It made me awful mad, but I didn't say anything. Then he called you a hireling." '"Called mo a hireling! Why, I'd like to get my hands- on him !',' puffed the old gent. Yes. and he said vou was a nolitical lickspittle!" ".Laud o' gracious I but wouldn't I like to have the training of that boy for about five minutes!" wheezed the old 'man as he hopped around. "I put up with that," continued the boy, "and then he said you laid your pipes' for office and got left by a large majority. 1 couldn't stand that, father, and so Tsalled over tho fence and licked him, bald-headed in less'n two minutes. Thrash me if you must, father, but I couldn't stand it to hear you abused by one of the malignant opposition !" Jiy sou," aaiu tne latuer, as ne leit for half a dollar with one hand and wiped his eyes with the other, "you may go out and buy you two pounds of candy. The Bible says It-Is wrong to fight, but the Bible must make allow ance for political campaigns and the vile slanders of the other party, I only brought you out here to talk to you, aud now you can put'on 'your coat anu run 'aiong." - Will He Succeed. In nine oases out ol ten man's life will riot be a success If he doesn't bear bur (lens In his ehltdhood. If .the fondness o'f the vanity of father or mother has kept him from hard work; if another always helped him out at the end of his row; If. instead of taking his turn at pitching off, he stowed away al! the time in short, if what was light al ways falls to him, and what was heavy about the same work to some one else; if he has been permitted to shirk until shirking has become a habit, unless miracle lias been wrought, his lile will be a failure; and the blame will not be half so much his as that of his weak and foolish parents.. un tne other nanu, it a boy has been brought up to do his part, and never ituoweu to snirx uts. rcsponsioiiity or to dodge work, whether or not it made his bead actio or soiled tils hands, until bearing burdens has become a. matter of pride, the heavy end of the world his choice, parents as they bid him good bye may dismiss, their rear. The ele ments of success are his, aud at some time and in some, way the world will recoguize his capacity. Hancock's Administration Would be a "Hurricane of Scandal." Springfield Republican (Ind.) General Hancock is a good man, but General Garfield is a good Administrator. That the diuerence between tne parties and the candidates, aud it is a big dif ference. The Republican party under Hayes is administering the Government with a degree or emoiency, integrity aud wisdom which conspires' with other elements of thrift to make us prosper ous and happy. General Gartlcld as President simply takes the place of Hayes in controlling and improving this vast administrative machine. If Hancock could fit it with as little jar and disturbance as uarlieid would, there would be little to distinguish the candidates, oxcoptGarfields civil exper lenco. .But Hancock cannot or at least will not fit into the present administra tive machine; he goes Into the Presi deticy to turn out the existing civil ser vice auu appointing new, untried anu unseleeted men in their places, and on the mathematical law or probabilities. he will make a mistake at least one time in ten. Garfield for four years will have to pick out for office but a few thousand meu and mostly by promo lion; Hancock will attempt at once, to Dick out lOO.ooo. with nothing to pro mote from. His 10,000 Inevitable mis takes scattered over the. countrv will make Ids administration a hurricane of scandal. He Resembled the Old Man. A eood story was. yesterday told at military headquarters about young. Tesse Grant, who has just returned to Galena from the west. Jesse went to a num ber of Arizona mining towns, and was given some prominence. At one place Die, ouriy, proianc anu uissipateu miner who hail sold a $600 claim, and was In town having a high old time, took a drunken notion to distinguish himself by thrashing young Grant, who is small and of light build. The big miner came up the street. cursing as he came, and swaggering Into a restaurant where Jesse was, sit ting, and approaching a young and well dressed man, evidently not a na tive of those "diggings," who was at, a table near the entrance, ho slapped him heavily- on the shoulder and ex claimed : 'Look hyer, youngster, how many bits to the dollar?" The. stranger addresseuquietlyIaid down his knife and fork, deliberately eyed the Intruder for a full minute and suddenly resolved himself into an Ari zona whirlwind. All in the space or a second or so the big miner was knocked down'' several times, stood upon, sat upon, his clothes partially torn off, and with both eves closed, dazed and bewil dered, was thrown into the street. The stranger quietly returneu 10 nis knife and fork, aud the miner remarked as he picked himself up and peered curiously into the door: "Durnea if tne youugster uon i re semble the oiu. man." a When the old sailor came .homo from a whaling voyage, he" saw at once what ailed the preaching? "The" minister's gmart'enough, and lie says a great many (rood Unties, but the sermon don't have any harpoon in it." Thefarmer .meant the same tning wnen ne saiu oi tne clergyman: "He's a' good man hut he will rake witn tne teetn up." , - A Memphis man wanted to kill ampa- nnltn nn the haiV of a lrletid's neck. and -without stODDlng to mention 'his design, hit the insect a belt, and when his friend got up and brushed, the sand hat of his' mouth -and eyes, lour, men had to hold him while tbe matter was explained. BROS I US' THE 03Sf 3S PRICE SOSBiE Public Square, Has been reeeivine DRY GOODS, NOTIONS and CARPETS. An endless assortment of Ladies Dress Goods in colored and blank flash mores. Brocades, Novelties, colored and black Silks and all the Flannel Suiting. The largest variety of I2i, 15 and 20c offered. All the qualities DiacK. All tne new styles in 5000 yds Good Larce Line ot Cassimorcs, Cloths English and .American Uassimeres for men's suits, which wo make up to order at shortest notice. An unusually largo stock of Shawls and Felt Skirts. Bic Lino of Ladies and Ger.ts Underwear. Th Cheapest Jeans and Sheetings in tho market. Bleached and Brown Cottons at the lowest figures they over touched. A White Shirt with run forced front, all linen bosom for 80 cts. and tho best shirt made for l CO 20 styles Black Silk Fringes and all tho shades in Novelties and Colored Fringes. An endless line of Fino and Cheap Hosier-. Tho Best Corsets in the market, Languedock, Rnssian, Brotoani, Torchon and Clnnee Lacea; Black, French and Guipure Lace3. An ex: amination of our stock of should bo seen by tho people before purchasing. Both floors of our spacious building aro packed with Fresh Staple Dry direct from first hands and will bo sold correspondingly cheap at one price NO GOODS FROM AUCTION.. Eyery article clean and bright and warranted as represented. Sept. 23, 1880. S. ISROSIUS. Sign of the Gold Boot. PUBLIC SQUARE, You will not find outside" of Cincinnati as large a stock of BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS as we have this season? Our stock is fully 50 per cent, larger than any previous season, and has been selected with great care. As we have such a variety of styles we cannot fail to suit all in both 'style and price. Hats for men, boys, children in all styles and prices. Remember, we sell all gocds at as low a figure as they can bo sold, and our asking price is our selling price. Sign of the Gold Boot. BKOSIUS A 3SA"UCHOIAST. Sept. 23, 188a. Sign of the Gold Boot. PEOPLE'S POPULAR Gallipolis, Sign of the Dast ten davs ImmensG Shinmpnts nf in Skirtinir. Dress and Triniminsr Yelvets in colors Dress Ginsrhams. Styles Prints and Cheviots for Lailica Cloaks. OIL CLOTHS AND CARPETS s BHUIt 9 3 the Gold Hand, shades in the popular 64 Dress Fabrics we nave ever and, fast colors 5c. Dolmans and Circul Goods, Notions and Carpets, bought to all buyers. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. DEiriJ(3ISTS: P A T E N T M C H E M I C A L S & L" . a j?3 o - - 5s- n 1 9 r. 3 1 a s! t J s n, t s 1 a E D o w a 3 22 3n2 3 2 So ot 'gr 3 S3" 2 3- sS lit tu I S o F F O C t?2 i.3S2o&S22aas'2.8 3? 3 3 2 a SB 5 ere o I N S a SS S-S-gS 2 " g c- "St. o oT O Ca IPO W MS M E S 3 UJ 5 Cor. Court and 3d streets, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Feb. 26", 1880. HOMER C. JONRS. D. W. JONES JONES & JONES, OALLIPOLIS, 0. Office Formerly occupied by K. S. Waddell, on Second Street. June 10,1880 ly .grSEEOUT HASH, ATTORNEY" AT LAW, Office at residence, Front St., above iiarouruouse, Galupous, Ohio. -Apples and Cider ".Can be hsdn, any quantity by Reaving orders at Barlow's Shoe Store, Sep. 2, 1880. 4w C9 B SADDLES AND SADDLERY. ESTABLISHED IN 1S3 Manufacturer and Dealer in SADDLES, BRIDLES; Harness, Collars, Wason and Buggy whips; Lashes of all kinds; TRUNKS AND VALICES, LAP KOBE3, DUSTERS, HARNESS OILS, Trice-Chains, Curry-Coinhs Hdr8e-Brus7ies. ftc. COURT ST., - . GALLIPOLIS, O. promptly attended to. rjrIlepairing Prices to suit the times. JH S. M. Brandyberry THE COURT STREET AND DEALER IK Furnishing Goods and Hats. April 3, 1879. J. It. Saffohd. T. S. Bbown. OFFICES, SECOND ST. Aug. 14, 1879. POMEROY COAL. Full supply always on hand. Also, constantly on hand, the best Kanawha Lump, Nut and Slack Coal, the. cheapest in the market My facilities are such that 1 can rnals. at any landing. hv the float or barge load, and. at prices to accommodate consumers. Office, at the landing opposite the Dufour House. J. HAMILTON, Agent ' May. 8, 1879. JnoDages & Co. now have tho largest and cheapest line of staple Wool and Fur Hats in the city. RELIABLE INDEMNITY. 1862 GEO. HOUSE, 1879 STJCESSOR to the Old Established Agency of It. L. Stewart, Fire, In land, Marine, Lifo and Accident In surance. Assets. Etna, Hartford, Conn... $6,8C3,622 10 Continental, New York.. 3,327,772 00 Insurance Co., North America, Philadelphia, organized 17W 6,632,009 00 Underwriters Agency, New York 3,3C2,G26 00 Queen of Liverpool, Assets In U.S 1,034,791 00 Amazon, Cincinnati C05.317 00 German American,. New York 2,471,781 00 British American, Toron- to.Cauaila, U. S. Branch, 671,445 00 Travelers, Life and Acci dent, Hartford, Conn.. 4,595,440 00 Niagara, New York 1,3-29,650 10 fc'lromans Fiiud, San Fran cisco, 761,221 00 Pennsylvania, Phihtdel- Shla.,.. 1,855,233 00 ay 8. 1879 GROCERIES, &C. CHARLES SEMON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Groceries, Con feet ionaries Provisions, &c, COURT ST., BET. SECOND & TnlRD, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Respectfully asks the citizens of Gallipo lis to call at his establishment and exam ine liis stock of GROCERIES, Consisting of all articles to be found fna FAMILY GROCERY STORE. My stock of CONFECTIONERIES aro large and complete; such as Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, &c Uv strict attention to bnslness. selling, at small prolits, I hope to merit a share 01 pumic patronage. OYSTERS by the can and half can of the best' quality, and warranted-to be fresh. COUNTRY PRODUCE of all kinds wanted, for which the highest market! pricewill bepaid. jt you aro in need '-of Stove Re pairs call on Kling & Dages and they will fit you out.