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Terms: $1 50 in advance, or $2 at tho end of the year. WM. NASH, Editor GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1880. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, Jas. A. Carfield OF OHIO. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, CHESTER A. ARTHUR, OF NEW YORK. Republican Committee Meeting. There vrill be a meeting of the Be pnblican Central Commltteo at the Committee Booms October 23, Saturday, 10 a m. W. H. C. NEEDHAM. Chairman. W. H. C. NEEDHAM. T. W. HAMPTON, Sec'y. Democratic roosters are quoted "no sale." Let us make It unanimous In Novem ber. The melancholy days have come, sure to the Democrats. Guyan and money all lost. That "bad man," Henry S. Neal, re ceived 1661 majority in his own county! "329" is all that is left of the Demo cratic party. The Democrats didn't know that gun -was loaded. Business prosperity guaranteed. Republicans smiling and happy; Democrats mournful and depressed. "The People's Candidate Is short over 2,000. - Wade Hampton is disconsolate. There is a "change" in Indiana. Eow do you like it, Mr. Democrat? m Pig iron and government bonds are firm. The smile or a Democrat is touching in its melancholy. The results In Ohio and Indiana were a severe pull upon Democratic heart" Strings and purse-strings. Democratic Presidential expectations are small and growing beautifully less". . Addison polled five illegal Democratic Votes. They aro now speculating about Gar field's Cabinet. Tbe Democrats speak of It as a "ca lamity." "What are we going to do about it?" Is the conundrum that now worries Democratic minds. That "two bushels of wheat," in Green township, did not pan out as expected. It Is a Republican wind that blows everybody good. The Democrats are Inquiring, "Are we dead?" A Republican victory means'- peace and good will to all men. "Small end of nothing" 13 all that is left of tbe Democratic party. "No change," Is the response of Ohio and Indiana. He bore it all bravely until Guvan came in, and then be "bowed himself in tears,'-' Go ahead with your business boom tnere is.to be no change. Democrats woke up Wednesday morn Jng and inquired if that earthquake had left any of the houses standing. Had Indiana gone Democratio whisky would have "gone down." But as it went Republican wheat went up. A Democratic merchant np town has hung out a shingle with the inscrip tion: "All aboard.for Salt River." . The man who.predicted the exact re sult In Ohio and Indiana was not a -Democrat. It Is a grund-bwell; it is going to con tinue through November, and don't you forgetit.- " m i We found one Democrat who has a little' pluekleft: He was willing to bet on South Carolina. "A contented mind. Is a perpetual feast." The Democrats swear it is all a lie. Symmes and Giles, candidates for members of the State Board of Equal isation, have about 3,000 majority in tho District. No contest there. Our Democrats could have stood the loss of Indiana, but to lose Guyan town ship was the sorest blow of all. It was ,'iheJTeather that broke the Camel's back. Henry "Ward Beecher says he has no sympathy for the party that goes down on Its 0611 to. write 329 on the side walk. 1 V$-5 If there1 ts to be a change don't get the- DcasaeraUc party toteakc it. Its free tzadenotion would rulnfAmeriean ladastry. "4-. - Those Democrats -who bet on Guyari .township' have been compelled to re-J a ace tneir aict to ooiiea oeer ana grease buttery' - -rheftfii4)e;no Southern claim bills to vetoiTTheVBext. Congress will be Republican;- .Haaesck's services not ItiwaajiVjtepaWlcsHi pole which We Smile. 'Squire Mar tindalp! Coroner Gating! Turn ! Turn 1 ! 'Leven hundred weight. Not beaten bv a 339 sight; . Bill Laug, Bill Jackson, Bill Mlnturn, Bill Turner aid Bill Ross the people Dlgeon-holed these.BHls. W.W. Martlndale is to be the ;aext Mavor of Gallipolls. so say all the boys Inquiry' from Portsmouth: "H 1, are you fellows voting np in Gallia yet?" Headline from Enoutrer: "Ohio we didn't expect; Indiana we didn't need Joe Stafford Is plntedly elected. O no, we never allow ourselves talk, politics after election . If Minturn would only be what really is a Republican he would happy and could be elected. Indiana has seceded from Democra cr. J. Davis, W. Scott Hancock, S. Jones Tilden, Ben Hill, Bill English, Yellow Fever Blackburn, Mr. Wade Hampt and the balance of them 'ere fellows, where are they now? The gentleman from Ohio Mr. Gar field. Nov. 2d Stand from under.. Gallia County 1600. The National Democratic organ, the Washington Post, Sept. 28th, jsald "We accent the nrODOsltion and its attendant conseaueuces. If Indiana frnoa 'Rpmihllean two weeks from to-day we will give the election up. If it goes Democratic the Republicans, or course will do tho same. Now let us hear from Indiana." The editor did "hear," and imme diately went out to look for a poor negro whom he could whip. i Republicans, don't lay aside your armor. Another and a greater battle Is to be fought In November. Keep your ranks solid. Be alert. See that there is no break in your lines. The enemy is discomfited and on the run. Give them no chance to recover. Let the November battle be a route. Then we will rejoice over a country dedicated anew to universal brotherhood and prosperity. Cease not your efforts. The Presidcr? tial contest is yet to be decided. The October elections simply demonstrate the ability of tho Republican party to elect the next President. But there must be no negligence. Maintain your organizations. &.ecp your lorces in Hue, and be prepared, when the hour for the decisive battle comes, to win a signal victory. You haye the votes to do it use them. Sixteen young men cast their first vote In Guyan township at the recent election, and all but one voted the Re publican ticket. There is hope for Re publican institutions when the young men thus rally to their suppoit. There is no hato in Republican rule. It simply means equal and exact justice north and south, to poor and rich, white and black, and general prosperity, Come and go with us, and we will do you good. -o The Democratic party is dying. Dr. Wade Hampton thinks lie can keep It alive until November by changing the treatment. "Tho principles for which Lee and Jackson fought" was too se vere a dose to start with. Another Discovery. Prof. Swift, AslronomerVf the Warner Observatory, at Rochester, N. Y., discov ered another large comet on the evening of Oct. 10th. The fact was noted in the Associated Press dispatches, but some important and interesting details which could not be telegraphed are herewith given. The new celestial visitor is in the Constellation of Pegasus, right as cension 21 hours, 30 minutes, decliha tion North 17 degrees, 30 minutes. Its rate of motion is quite slow, being in a Northwesterly direction, so that it is approaching tbe sun. It has a very strong condensation on one side of the center: in addition to a star-like ncu- cleus, which indicates that it Is throw ing off an extended tail. From the fact of Its extraordinary- size, we are-warranted in presuming that It will be very brilliant, and the additional fact that it is coming almost directly toward the earth, gives good promise that it will be one ot the most remarkable comets of the present century. This is tho fifth comet which Prof. Swift has discovered, and the increased facilities which Mr H. H. Warner, the popular and wealthy medicine man, has given him, by erect ing a magnificent Observatory for his benefit, promise much for the future. There is a possibility that further Oevel- opemeuts may prove this to be the great comet of 1812, which Is being constant ly expected, in which event astron omers will have an unusual opportunity to test the spectroscope for the first time upon these eccentric bodies, and ascer tain certainly what they-are. " Look at the official vote of Gallia County. It makes the heart of every Republican feel glad. Here are the majorities Townsend.. Neal Symmes.... Giles...".... 1097 1092 10C3 1102 ' 501 Bradbury.-.'. nanson 1134 Stafford 1197 Howard... 1004 Gills 1118 Tho Prohibition vote-was IS on State ticket. SDiendid work was done in ererv precinct, but the great gains were made in uqyan,.WaInut, Huntington, Harri son, Springfield; Greenfield and Clay. The Republicans of these townships made a grand fight, andthey came out of the connlcjt.wlth, their banners in the front, and resplendent with elorV. All honor Id the victors. In the language of another, now for the full and final harvest. Forward! should be the watchword, and let Hie fields won be held, and others added them. to They say that the unpopularity of Bill English did the work for the Demo crats in Indiana, and now there is a loud call for his removal from the ttcket.:.Take him off by all means. FawwlHit.do to fill the vacancy with he BajieGf JeC Davis? . as'yfgr Tbe Deaaoctlc Central Committee has appUedvVgwjSfs 16 the. study at meteorology .y;Usin. idea rto;xHlr grate,' and ItfwMtiflad aplace where hun-IcWMjas.ooBajBORahd VWent. News. Mr. David SInton, of Cincinnati, has invented an apparatus for tbe consump tion of smoke, which is pronounced a complete. suceess, and is rapidly coming into use. The City Council or ttutfeity bKtalklng of a resolution to, compel all persons using overlive bsshels of bltarolnons csalper day to consume the smoke of the seme. An insane man burned seven barns in one-half day. at St. Clair County, Mich., laat week. He was jailed. - - Two bales of cotton that were packed twenty-three years ago were sold at Columbus, Oa., Thursday. - j . Joseph Camp, Wm. and Alberf Wool ard were- arrested at XancasterT'last' week, charged with murdering Lewis Bowman, and .patting his body on a railroad track. Baltimore celebrated -her 150th birth day last week with a tearing down big tune. Capt. John Tyree, of Charleston, W. Vs., drowned himself Thursday. The wheat market at the Produce Exchange, New York, opened a cent on the bushel higher, on the receipt of the election news from Indiana and Ohio. This one cent on the bushel la an im mense amount in the pockets of the farmers. AU the result of Republican victories. A decided victory in JNovem bcr will send wheat still higher. Tbe State Democratic Committee has passed the word along the line: "Up, at em again." Take them at their word, Republicans. Buckle on your armor, sound the bugle call to arms, and then, on the 2d day of November, administer to them such an overwhelming defeat that they will plead for an uncondi tional surrender. The Republican ground swell has struck Newark, N. J. Oct 12th the city election occarred. The average Repub lican majority isbout 2,S00. Last Oc tober the Democrats carried the city by 3,300. Roll on, Yankee Doodle. Indiana was generally regarded as the most doubtful Stxte in the North. And bere it comes with a grand Repub lican victory. If Indiana could not be held, where is the Democracy to make a stand. It isn't In the North. John Varney, mistaking a certain Doctor lor'a Republican, slapped him on the back and yelled: "Guyan ha redeemed herself." The disciple of Esculaplus-answered: "Llkeh 1 she has!" Republican Gains. 21,000 In In diana; 4,000 in Ohio;. 6,000 in West Virginia. Total 31,000. That will do for. three States. , A Gallipolls Democrat,-after reading Johngcc's new "call to arms," roused himself, wiped his eyes, and. inquired "what was I crying about just now?" ' The general drift of comment oyer tbe sweeping victories in Ohio and Indiana Is" that Gen. Garfield would enter the White House on the 4th of March next, backed by a Solid North at least. IThe shot-gun and the bull whip may give Hancock a "solid South" but they won't save him from a disastrous defeat. They are not weapons that the North is afraid of. Ohio Democrats are on the bunt for the fellow that was the cause of their misfortunes. John G. is named: also Judge Hoadley. Vance says it was tho Democratic Judges In Guyan. It was the universal opinion of both Republicans and Democrats, before the election, that, as goe3 Indiana, so goes the Union. It Is still the opinion of all sensibly persons. Gen. Garfield will occupy the White House after the 4th of March next.. A Democrat of A'ddUon paid a Re publican $1 for his. vote. Tho man kept the money'and true to his principles vole'd the. Republican ticket. Upon learning tills fact Mr.. Demo got druuk and swearing he would whip the' first Republican he met, got beautifully trounsed by a young Republican. . After two days of wailing which was positively heart rending, the Cincinnati Enquirer consoles Its readers in this wise "The October elections indicate nothing." It reminds one of the last rabbit "go, you are not worth the but ter it would'take to cook you." Tho Republicans of Gallia did nobly and well on the 12th. There wero ho laggards in the camp on that day. Every man, old, young and middle. aged, worked honestly and cheerfully for the ticket. We are proud of the Republican party: of old Gallia. It Is invincible. I 'Johngee Thompson will never be killed by modesty. He predicted Demo cratic victories in Ohio and Indiana' Everybody knows the result. Iustead of acknowledging hi3 mistake, he Is now predicting a Hancock victory in November. His predictions are not worth the paper they are written on Even Democrats have no confidence In them, t A terrible wind storm visited the western country Friday and Saturday. Telegraph wires were broken down In every direction. On Lake Michigan several vessels were lost, and the loss of life is supposed to have been consider aoie. At tne same time there was a heavy fall of snow in Iowa, Colorado and Wyoming. The Demoorau are considering the question of dropping Hancock and vot ing for Plalsted, of Mains, : Another prominent Democratio roer chant used the language thnslyr "uancocKihasn't one ghost ft a chance. Better tear the ola party to pieces and re-orgahlze.'' , Guyan' township comes to .the. front on sweet potatoes as well as.Republicah victories. Mr.'Guy Fry brought to the city Tuesday a sweet potato which weighed four pounds. "" " Co).L z? CadoiTaaW.iE.rSmall have increased jsach seven pounds in Xhe now hate on the streets are worn by the fello ws who voted as the soldiers shot A disconsolate Damocrat in Tennessee thus wjekedly expresses his views: The DeiBecratto' party has gone" to i as . " r '. Poultry fw Nalc VICTORY! VICTORY!! OHIO. 20,000 REPUBLICAN MAJORITY. 15 Republican Congressmen Elected. INDIANA. REPUBLICAN MAJORITY 7,141. Eight Republican Congressmen. Eight Republican Congressmen. REPUBLICAN LEGISLATURE. U. S. SENATOR SECURED. 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'0 to 2 1 jbuisoh'S'S nosjiosp p 'ntAi I " snanjr T s9tnBf j ? g ii - i - i t-i CO 52 o s e 3-"" II 5? SI- 2s saiqoinn 'V 8llAV J 03 It CO si rn S3 o o 3 s 3nia ' uqof 1 92 3r a c uosutih satUBf I o o -1 o s Cii oo" -Suhko -J, nqof pjqnuiS qdasof ) 1 o 5S. smoilllAl mM.' pi8M0Q qdasof 32 - ioo J0IU0X "IT tUM CO J" 2S Is B8J0A jo Jaqmni ibjox OFFICIAL VOTE OF GALLIA COUNTY, OCTOBER 12, 1880. Congress. The followinz are, the malorlUes on Congress In this District: ; 7SAf- , Scioto Lawrence. . . lfltfl Gallia 1092 Jackson 010 Vinton Hocking.. .. ' 3253 im Neal majority.. 3153 IIptpiiLVa. '313 677 1111 We are now able to forecast the November result. Here It la r . f- Solid South 138 Solid North I Majority for Oarfleld.... 03 Government hons yentnp in New. York, went up in London", went jip everywhere, upon reeelpt-bfc-liie news the sjvWhg BepIic;hycrtesDie i scoa,thaa M9tpa Jlngerlrrgly In West Virginia shows large Bcpubll 0811 gaJns, but not enough to overcome the 14,000 Democratic majority of 1878, The Democratio majority will probably reach U.vw. rn ThHrmrn gves i(;up. apnpwlr dges that the pesldcpflal question-(g settled, and that the Democrats' pan sec uo reason for hope. . A young man asked Jonas Smith what shade of blue would be suit able for a room. "A slice off the Democratic parly might suit." They had a big demonstration In Walnut township, Saturday night, at Mudsock. The rag baby, in effigy, was buried, using an actual coffin to protect Its greenback from the grave's Demo cratic mould. Ug. sruardiL and nt thpm. Portrmaat a 1881 HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE. An Illustrated Weekly—16 Pages. SUITED TO BOTS AND GIRLS OF FROM SIX TO SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE. Volume II. commences November 2, 1880. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. 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The bound volume tor 1880. contain ing the first filty-two Numbers, will bo ready early in November. Price $3 00; postage prepaid. Cover for Yoonq Peo ple for 18S0, 35 cents: postage 13 cents additional. Bcmitcances should be made by Post Office Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss. Xempaners are not to' copy this adcer ttsement toithout the express order of Har- rrui & urotiikrs. Address HARPER & UROTHERS, New York. Per Year, Postage Prepaid, OHIO & WEST VIRGINIA RAILWAY. The New and Direct Route from Southern Ohio to the NORTH, EAST & WEST. TIME CARD, TAKING EFFECT OCTOBER 10TH, 1880. NORTH BOUND. LEAVE MAIL. Gallipolls 5.30 A. M. Porter 5 53 Vinton 6.10 .. Nilcs 6.22 .. Mlnerton C.35 .. Hawks 0.50 .. Radcllff 6 57 . . Eagle Furnace.. 7.00 .. M. & C. Junction 7.30 . . McArthur 7.3(1 .. Creola 7.4b .. Swan 8.02 .. New Plymouth. 8.00 .. Starr '.. .. 8.12 .. Union Furnace. 8.23 .. Arrive, Logan... 8.40 A. M. 5.00 P.M. 5.25 . 5.40 . 5.52 . 6.03 . 6 20. . 0.27 . G.30 . 7.00 7.07 . 7.21 . 7.5 7.40 . 7.47 . 7.69 . 8.15 P. M. LEAVE Logan ARRIVE Lancaster ... Columbus.. Cincinnati... 8.50 A.M. 8.33 P.M. 9.40 .. 9.20 .. 11.00 .. 10.45 .. 8.00 P.M. C.55A.M. SOUTH BOUND. LEAVE MAIL. KXPRKSS. Columbus 8.20 A.M. 3.35 P.M. Lancaster 9.35 . 4.50 .. ARRIVE Logan 10.29A.M. 5.48 .. LEAVE Lo;an .10.45A.M. 5.58 P.M. ARRIVE Union Furnace. .10.59 .. 0.13 Starr 11.10 .. 0.25 New Plymouth. 11.10 .. 0.32 Swan 11.21 .. 6.37 Creola 11.31 .. 6 51 McArthur.... ".ni'.BS .. 7.07 M. 4 C. Junction 12.10 P.M. 7.27 Eagle Furnace.. 12.23 7.'41 Radcllff. ..12.30 ... 7.50 Hawks ,.12.30 .. T.57 Mlnerton" 12.51'.. 8.12 Nlles.., 1.03 .. 8.24 Vinton 1.13 .. 8.37 Porter 1.27 .. 8.53 Gallipolls 1.50 . . 9.20 Tueouoh Coaches between Gal LiPOLis and Columbus on all trains. Connections made at Gallipolls with Steamboats and Stage Line for Middle- port, romoroy and all points on the Ohio River; at Logan for-Athens, Park ersburg and Marietta; atXancaster, for Zanesville and L'irclcville; and at Union uepoc, loiumous, ior an points ioriu, i&at and West. ORLAND SMITH", Oen'l Supt. C. 1). NORRIS, Supt. W.n. HARRISON, Oeu'l Ticket Agent. No. 657. Sheriff's Sale of Eeal Estate, David Y. Smltbers vs. Isaac Fillinger and Precilla Filllngcr. TJURSUANT to the command or nn orficrof X alefrom thocourtorCoinraon riea.1 or Gallia rountT. Ohio, awl br virtue of oald .writ. I will Hirer fqriale at public aaetisn at the- front door or tue UJarf Uoqse In (he Cjfy or uauipolls. In ai()uaitl4 cqqntjqifii antiptji WniJJ, Monday, the 8th day or November. A. U. 1880, at one o'clock P. J. of said dar. the following actcnueu ianas ana tenements, situate in toe eonntrof Oolua anil State or Ohio: to-witi lie ginning at asviseon toe soutn hkio oi traction number tblrty (SO), town number three (3). r.in-re number flrtcen '15). runninar thence nortb-vrpst on the top of tbe rldjto along a line blazeil to a (tone cornor; thence north with the blazed line still following the meandering or said ridge to tbe north line of said fraction : thence west with laid fraction line to the corner of the land of Uonrait llannas In laid fraction: thence due north with said Conrad llannas to his south-east corner and west with tbe said lands of Conrai llannas to tbe wotlIneof said fraction: thence south to the south-west of said traction ; thence east to tbe place of beginning .Containing tixty seres more 'or less. ADoraisedat MS1S1V. Sold as the oroncrtr oi nunsou 1-reciiia juiiuger, atine snicoi u i. omituers. Terms of sale. cash In hand at time of sale. Given under mr hand. thL Slatdavof Hentpm C. B. BLAKE, Sheriff Gallia County, O. Oct. 7, 1880 5v james atTEvoor, FULLER, HUTSIKILLKK f Cp JAMES GATEWOM&C0., DKALEBS IK ALL KINDS OF AND Saw mills and iumoer -xarus on Riyir Road, oast of 3H11 Cfee, ffaJUpO: 118, UillO. omce cor. ana state sts. Oct. 7, 1830. tf Isook Oat for Paint AU kinds of Lead, and mixed Paints; c"oldrs,'dry and in oil; Varn ishes, the. very -beat, 'all at' bottom prices at ' , J? " Wholesale, apd iRetall Brag Store, Ang.,12,l8i ' S. M.rBraadyherry wlllmake you pjca'.lp; suit at a low figure. ItsT IS "W FIIRMITURE! JUST EEOETVED AT FULLER, HUTSINPILLER & CO'S, Retail Rooms in Hayward's Block, SOLD LOW FOR CASH. Chamher Setts, Sideboard?, Woven Wire Mattresses, Cotton Top Matresses, Lonngo Matresses, Camp Chairs, Looking Glasses, Kitchen Tables Marble Top Tables,".. Double Cane Rocking Chairs, Platform Rockers, Ladies Desks, Office Desks, ' Children's Toy Tables, Mns3 Pillows, Cotton Pillows, Show Pillows, Feather Pillows, Bureaus, Safes, Lounges, FURNITURE POLISH, 25 CTS. A BOTTLE Don't Forget the Place to Buy CHEAP FTJRNITU11E, Corner State and 3d October 7, 1880. CUT RATES M DD TRACK. Ifo Side Track for a Pulman Palace Oar. HENRY N. BAILEY Has ransacked the store houses of the East and turned with the keenest selection of Fine Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, for the Shrewd Buyers of this country. MY FRENCH and CHICAGO KIP BOOTS are the aflmiration of the madding crowd. On with the dance, though auction goods do go down in the crash. SECOND ST., OPPOSITE PUBLIC SQUABE, GALLMJS, 0. Sept. 1G.1880. Parlor Setts, Wardrobes, Spring Matresses, Shuck Matresses, Bed Lounges, Folding Rockers, Exteusion Tables, Break rast Tables, Wood Top Center Tables, Cane and Wood Seat Olllco Chairs, Cane Seat Chairs, . Wood Seat Chairs, Ladies Sewing and Cutting Tables Children's Chairs, Perforated Chair Seats, Book Cases, Bed.Cas-ors, Table Castors, Wash Stands, Bedsteads, Trundle Beds, sts., Hayward's block. re- MOLLOHAN Has a new and complete Stock of all kinds of GOODS. s , and lie Will exchange themf for any kind Of ' iji'iiiii j Produce OR MONEY. Uemember ho will not be UNDERSOLD. Vacant lot for his Customer's Teams- Oct. 14, i880. TjIIjECTIOJJ OF ELECTORS FOR Pffiiit ii 7ic6 Presiflent OF THE UNITED STATES. SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION! SHERIFF'S OFFICE,) Gallia Cocnty, Ohio, y October 4, 1880.) To the Qiuilljted Voters of QaWd CoynUj, Ohio: In pursuance of the. statute In such cases made and provided for, I, C. B. Bcajck, Sheriff of Gsllla county, Ohio, do hereby nroolalm and make It known that the FIRST TUESDAY after tl.n Jirst Monday In November, A. D. 1880, 'Clllg IHB Second day of November, 1. D. 1S80, Is hy law appointed the day on which the qualified electors of Gallia conntv shall meet In their respective town ships, precincts and wards, "at their usual places designated for holding elections, between the hours of C o'clock.a. ni. and G o'clock p. m.. and proceed to vote for Twenty-two Electors of Prenidont and Vice President of tho United states. Qxtn under rov hand and seal, st tim Shartira"nlHi thl- Ath Ail. t A....l.. 1.. If. IUOU. skal.J C. B. BLAKE, .Sheriff Gallia CountyOhio. Sfotiee 13 hereby given that a petition will be preented to the. Commissioners of Gallia county, at their next session In December, praying for the location of a lands of tt'm. null' and Rorab Hull, in Huntington townshiu: thence north to a stake: thence the best wav between house and barn of Rome Hull to land of win. Dyer: thence throuzh said land in Morgan township north-easterly to a hickory tree on line of said land and land or Gilbert Glenn ; thence eat as far as said line runs to larm road, follow Inr farm road north-easterly to a stake: thence south of corn crib where Wm. Hecker now lives to bars by barn ; thence north-easterly to black 0.1k: thence north to road leading from white school house to K. McCarley's and there ter minate. Also, that so much of the pld ! road as lies between the nroDOSed Inter section and Gleen's run bottom ba va cated. PETITIONERS. I Oct. 7,1880. Iw iwua uj( fiiu loiipwinK route; elnlnp; on 'road leading frora'H. I?: ood's mills tu.Porter. on lino' between I J ot on at " Will and Point k Hand and Machine made. OurRub ,,.,, ber and Waterproof Grain Boots are a superior quality, and will ha 80ld very low 0ur Dollar Shoe for Ladies winter wear, can't be beat, Boots and Shoos FOR FALL AND WINTER. An endless variety at BARLOW'S Cheap Shoe Store,. Comprising the Latest St'les, both nor our ?2.50 Boots for men. We have something "nobby" in the Rub- oer nno ior Ladles and Gents Clogs, Self-acting Sandals Croquet Rubbers &a, Jkc. 31. O. BARLOW fe CO., 2d St., near Court House, Sign of the "Upside Down Boot." Sept. 23,1880. 4w FIRST ORDER OF BALE. Sheriff's"SaleofEeal Estate. James M. Hannan, Administrator, vs.- Samuel Jarvis, Margaret Jarvis and J. L Kuhn. PUBSUANT to the command of an order ot sale from the District Court or Gallia conn ty.Oblo, at Its April session, A. I). 18S0. and to me directed, I will offer for sale at pub) In auction, at the frontdoor ol thn nnurt rrnuSA in'ih. iuv ofOalllpoiis.lnsald Qallla County andState,of the 8th day of November, A. D. 1830, at one o'clock it. m.of said dar.the following descriotil lands and tenements, to-wlt tot No. 4. In Section No.31. in Town I. of Range No. 14. In tho County of Gallia and SUto or Ohio: lying in the middle of the south side of said Soctiou.begiunlng atthe south-eat corner ofot No.3; theneo north 31 chains to Jessie King's land : thence south BO chains and 70 links to the south line of tbe Section; thence wwtSS chains to Mooney's land; thence north IS chains to Jlnoney's north-east . corner; thence west, J chains, to the place or beginning, containing 143 acres more or less. Appraised at tiro 00. To he sold as the property ofSamurl Jarris et ai. at the suit of James II. Guthrie' adut'r. Terms of sale Cash In band on day of sale. Giren underlay band this Sept. 1-lth; A.fi.lBSO. C. B. BLAKK, Sheriff Gallia Co., Ohio,, S. A. Nash, Att'y for Plaintiff. Sept. 30, 18S0 3w tfo. 482. Sheriff's Sale of Bed Estate, John H. Evans and David M. Evan3 Kxr's of Thomas Evans, deceased, vs. Mary Edwards and Evan E. Ed. wards. "PURSUANT to the command of an jl onicr or sale rrom the Court of Com mon Pleas of Gallia county, Ohio, and by virtue of said writ, I will oiler for sale, at public aitotlon at the iront door the Court House In the elty"of Galli polls, In said county and State aforesaid, Monday, the 8th day of November, A. D. 1880, one o'clock P. 31. of said day, the fol lowing described real estate to-wit; The undivided one-third part of the follow ing described premises, situate In the townnhfp of Raccoon, county of Gallia, and State of tjhlo, anil kppwn as forty acres of land 1" fjectirfn thirty-two (32V, town 'sff (8j, Kange slxteeii (fC), In the district Of lands soldatChllllcoi'lie, Ohio, described as follows:- The south-east quarter of the south-east quarter of said Section thirty-two (32), town six (!, Ranze sixteen (16), freo and clear of th dower estate of Mary Edwards therein, Willi lliu ujjuui tcuaiiytrs. Annralsed at S100 00. to be onlil th property of Mary 'Edwards and Evan E. pdwardj. ' ' saie" f ,,e' -n hnd V t'me f Given under my band this 8th day of Sept.',4. D. S0. " J y. U. xSLtAKE, Sheriff Of Gallia CnnnrV Ci White fe Holcomb, Attorneys. hereafter, give special attention to SURGEEY,, OBSTETRICS, " the diseases of wOMEX' .and CHILDREN", c Julys, 18S0. v - If you want to get the best Plow in the market, call, on Kllng; Dages.