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Saving the Country at $3 a Gallon.
Galveston News. He IiadTieen electioneering some time - f&r a loeal office, but seeing that there wax a considerable lack of genuine en thusiasm among the suffragans, he de trained to give the boys - little blowy oat:. R n a want tn a lirnmlnptit irrocerv . w t ' . - l , n toWlnVimonf thn nronrletnr of Which Hi & -verv' 'hublib-SDirlted man. He toW ".the grocer with great earnestness : fj "lam' giving Hancock and me.a lift, and I thought I'd give yon n chance tp contnb'utea few gallons of- that tthree- tiouar-anu-a-iiaii wuisa.y. . 4 J 1. fl T ah rTr BA you Know mat u e arc w "c yv a nappy anu uniteu (raiiro nouiuo.u our duty." . . ....... The.mcrchaht, replied thatlwhllBJie yielded to none when It come to making sacrifices for the good of the country, yet he did not think-It was good policy for Texas to poll more than 100,000. ma- jority for Hancock-, anyhow; however, jf he was paid cash, f 3.50 a gallon, he would yield. "If this Is; the spirit that animates the business men. of Qalveston.jthen all I've got W say If, 'I'll quit. If-Indiana and Now York dou',t go right you are ia hlfitnii for It;' but savlfta Eallori'forlen' , gallons of the Cow Boys' Delight, taking, my noto for the money, ana It's not too late yet to save the country." A Magie Sound About It. From the Pittsburg Dispatch (Ind.) Mr. "Boynton is a lover' of ancient history, and has been searching musty records at Washington. One discovery is that Hr. English was clerk in the Treasury Departraen in the "reign of president Polk,.and that during that. time he "fraudulently collected and fraudulently withheld from the rightfuVhcirs, who werejhis own near blood relatives, a Revolu tionarj' pension due his grandmother for the services or her uusoana in the revolutionary war." The amount involved is $3,964 41. Mr. Boyn ton gives elaborate proof of bis as sertions from court records.,' As democratic Statesmen now spend the principal part'of their time making the figures 329, Republican states men can offset tliera by' chaining 3,JG4 44 on Democratic premises. It has a sound something smnar to the magic 4 11 14. A Striking Sameness. From the Cleveland Herald (Rep.) The Democratic organization now stands squarely planted on the. plat form of a, "tariff for revenue only" Gen. Hancock has formally ap proved it. The candidates on the Ohio State ticket were placed upon it. 'It is the same platform upon which the seceding Southern States planted themselves. By article 1. section 8 of the Constitution, of Cthc Southern Confederacy it is provided: "Nor shall any duties or taxes on importations from foreign nations be laid to promote or foster- any branch of industry." Convenient Presidents That Die. Washington (Ind.) Gazette (Rep.) Bill. English has never promised to interfere- with the rebel claims. Four Presidents who ctood la the way of democratic schemes have died siiuiieii ly; a fifth death would, be a .posslbllty. Bill. English has always been owned by the South, no -was. always pror slavery intensely, rebel in sympathy, and bitter against the cause of freedom. The price of a wife In Siberia Is eight dogs, and an exceptionally -good wife is worth ten dogs. But dogs are plenti ful in that country, and a wlfe'doesu't cost'as much as a number of dogs seem to Indicate. "William, you have again come up unprepared!" "Yes, sir." "But from what cause?" "Laziness, sir." "John son, give William a good mark for up? Tightness." "Bates, you proceed." "I have not prepared, too, sir." "But why not?" "From laziness, slrJ" "Johnson, give Bates a bad mark for plagiarism." Old age says the phrenological Maga zine, Is almost invariably accompanied by a predominant chin'. The portraits of centenarians, with hardiy.au excep tion, present this sign of longevity in a marked degree. Another indication of old age is a large, long ear, and this sign Is all the more sure if. accompanied by great length of profile from the chin to tho crown of the head. Mrs. Mack Is on trial for murder at Jefferzons, Wisconsin. A large bou quet, conspicuously Inscribed, "From one who believes you Innocent," was 6ent to her In the court room. Her counsel was about to place it on a table In front of the jury, when the presiding Judge said: "Those flowers must not be displayed. Take them away." The lawyer made a speech on the subject, but the court was obdurate, and the flowers were carried out. A little girl In Belfast, Me., recently dropped her doll and broke its arm. The doll was a favorite one, and the acci dent was to the child one of the severest nature. The tears started, the Hps we're trembling with grief, when a bright thought struck her. With a beaming lace she exclaimed : "Papa, I don't know as I care after all. Perhaps it will be put in the paper." Mrs. Mary Orem, aged 104 years, will ride in one of the processions during the Baltimore .Celebration. She was born near Baltimore on April 22, 1776, being a daughter of Robert Peake, who came with the British army to America but who deserted and served in the Continental army as a drummer. She bag twenty-five grandchildren-and six ty great-grandchildren living. Gen. Grant was lhtervlewed in New York on Monday; In response to a question as to what he thought1 the re sult of Garfield's election upon the business community would be, he re plied t I believe that our people are prosper ous now. Nothing I could say would make my opinion better known than the fact that our people are doing well? I believe that If Garfield is elected our present prosperity will continue with out Interruption, and that we will ad vance in every branch of Industry. I believe if Garfield is not elected all the good results or long matured and now successful business will be Immediate ly checked. The Original Mrs. Grundy. The original Mrs. Grundy, says the Chicago Tnter.Or.Ann. wna 1thn voifn nf President Van Buren's Attorney Gen- i me uon., jt eiiX' urunay, or Sen nessee. and iho mliui Bicwri,i. Ani . x 1 LTV1 ItM W etyOaWasblngton with a rod pf Iron. Her edicts were'law, her presence was Indispensable' to the success of all, fash ionable gatherings, and such an outhor Itysfee. became ou social topics, that the expruesiuu --.airs, urunuy says"- became so common as to outlive her'farao. The last piece of ;fashion writers' slang id to call a gowi "rcstful." Hnw anvthinsr but a nicht rl suggest, that queer word it is not; :casy to see. Lovers . of Mackerel will Md aMBtkiag choice w,theDe,ep,Sea t' Bovie,"Ktrat &Co. The Original Mrs. Grundy. CATARRH The Original Mrs. Grundy. CATARRH Catarrh of the Nasal Cavities, Acute, and Ulcerative, Hay Fever, Catarrh of the Eve and Ear, and of the Threat, and Ear, and Catarrh of the Threat, IS SUCCESSFULLY PRINTED WITH and Ear, and Catarrh of the Threat, IS SUCCESSFULLY PRINTED WITH SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE, 1 FAV5J&aisKoiaafcllgj TTTlUMI.J it mrua ran s& Hidden chiKf -jr. or extxjfrdf cniilcd when the digntlre orzxos sre la a morbid or umcuTS coaaiuon. ana ue ktchsui unn fcreM ezBSuted. -be (llvxrf mir arlu from"' eroikiJOBt coiuUttoR of,thi felood.'ftoBi BerUt. FeTer,Me!ticvnn(riJipiraicna,in wnica cam uo r nd car are cnerillr InTolved acd oticbarKis qaiatUlc of truUter.-rTtw :ditUnrt (rem ttio Aoao, the d&tlacUT featarelnall eatarrliat cases I trom-whatcin ztuoo thrrlso.mr he thin and-- vaierj, ana urn uu ckh rvcae wu tiLvi- rtalioa ot.tba (kin vita whlcb. lltcf coma In cm-r ssAvltellkBtlievulteofaneee There oar ba an enUre lack otaetrvlion. Uie aarfacc bc- Injr irr aad rTrton,fare.rroat and pew- part ot IfeeMad recHnrancomnirtable, and alf It vaa encircled bTaUntt.Bnj1eldinr band. Thlslattcr phua is calkd Urr Caiarrbr Tha fijemattery d 7 caanrcs euoa taa uaaeca to aa-ed and become . talckened. rendcrliuf brealhUie throagti ta o dltlcslt or Inouibie. and the Mffcrer finai sscceurr.ta srcaflie throneli tae montnittKropr pennialnecoJdalrto naasdircctlr to UiBOroncliUj tosca and Iiuici. The niiOter psaclnjr down the t i&roas creates a consuiat octire vu w :peetorat3 to throw 1: off; bntwbcntnonxfatiraas from the nose and throat, the mucus becomes bard mnA f.irma Into scab. Incrustations, and bard tamps, vlilcb adhere so firmly to the nasal passages dUlodcs Oicn. Tho tie In sjnapaUix beeomea in-i 'esncSredT'reat.-anaraterr, or la the mornlnir tae Jins mar oe lonna eiaca loimtitr. ana mauer is secreted in i&ore or less qosnUljr. The ear aUo becomes acrtouslr aCected.dlEchxrfrlnfrQHantltles of matter, besides bclntf visited br toe inost Tile&t seuraljcle pains, endlna; frcQaentljr la lncammn tlon, clcertt urn, and fliiallr deafness. The threat, bronchial tubes, and lnnK are In many cases affect ed by. catarrh, and vlicn prostration of the ncr to us srscerd 13 saper&ddcd. such affoetloo become alarmiaic. A brief sarrc' of this raobatirioas (Itoeuo varus all who are afflicted with it to mate speedy prepara tion for Its treatment before It becomes chronic. The adraotajres otfered- bf Saxrocu's Kaoioal tlusxveconodenUr believe are to bo found la no other remedy. Every step In Its preparation, eTery line In the directions, mark It as asrlentllla remedy, calculated to meet every phase cfthedbH.-ae. The numeronstesUmonlalsIroni the best oeoplo lathe United States attest the steem in Trhlcli It Is held by those vrho bare been freedfrom the most de-. atrncUre and dantrerooj diseasa with which Daa ttai 1 to-day afflicted JUST PUBLISHED. A earefnlly revised Treatise on Catarrh, with an aceorate doscrlpUon ofsymptoms andsyuipathctln diseases, together with mlnntedlrcctlonsforracct lair with SA.trDBD's Ricioil, Cons a sneeily and permanent enre. Also observations on dlctsnd lha general health, of Tatt importance to all afflicted with catarrh. It Is wrappud about earh Nillc ot the msioiL Cvzx, or will be mailed free oa re ceipt of (tamp. Each package of .Saxronn's TUmour, Ccr.r eon tains Dr.Eaniurd'a luinrorcdlnhalinirTnbe.wUh full directions for nse In all cues. Prien, t. Sold by all wholesale and r. toil rtrrUOi through out the Colled States -nndConacla. WF.BKS A rOTTER. General Agenls and Wholesale DnsK-gUtl,Boiiton,Wa5i. ICOLLIN VOLTAIC PL AST Cures Pains and Aches. It rqnslltes the Circulation. Itsuudui'i lufiaoiinutorr'attlon. U cures Itcptures and Stratum. , .It removea Pain and Soreness. It cures Kidney Co-nplslnt. 1 1 strengthens the alubcles. It cures laicumnilffra and 1,'caralgla. It relaxes Stiffened Cords. It cures Nervous Shocks. ? , !t is invaluable In Paralysis, ' t cures Innmmatlouoftue Liver. I removes lierTous Paui3 It cures Spihil Weakness. It Is Uratefal and Soothing. It cures Kplleusy or Its. It is Mfe; I:eUble, and Economical ' It Is piTScrlbcd byPhyFleluni. It Is indorsed by Elcctrlciani. , . PRICEliCENTS. Be cartful to obtain CotLtits Volts ic Piistth, a combination of Electric or VolUlc I'lates with a' highly lledlcateil Plaster, as seen in the above cut. 6oldlyall Wholesale andlCetall DwgirUta through ont the United States and Canadas. and by Wi.K3 & POTTKR, Proprietors. Boston, Muss. . .: No. C74. THIRD ORDERJOF SALE. Sheriff's Sale of 'Real .Estate. Erie .Tnelcer, guardian, vs. George W. Smith. PUE3UANT to tho' command of an 'order sale from thcCou rt or Common' I'leas ol Gal lia county. Ohio, and by-virtue or.taui writ, Will offer. forfale ut public auction, at the front uoor oi tne ijoun uousc, in tne city or uaiiliraus in said Gallia county and State oftOhio, on Monday, .the 8th day of Novomber, A. I). 1830, at one o'clock'p. ra. ot sal i day the following descrilicd lands and tenements, situate in Lot 4 rteglnnlog at the north cast corner tne west nan oi tne soum-easi quarter or nortbrwott quirterof said Section 13; thence west about 5 chains to the corner of Allen l'uctetts land: thence -south 83, dog. west chains and S5 links to, the south-cast corner said Alien rucmis land; thence south eleven chains more or ieis to tne south line or tho n.iw. quarter of said Section No. 13: thence east to e. corner of said west half of said s. e. quarter; thence north to (be place or beinninjr. contain Ing twenty acres, more or less. Appraised at Lot 3 Situate in said county and State. Town andltanre. to-wit: the west halfof the south east quarter oi uie norm. cast quarter 01 salii BectionNo. U.contalninx'Jl;.' acres.- Appraised at Sia 00. Lot 4 Beginning at the south-west corner tne n. w. quarter 01 section ,o. 7,T. 4. K.15, Ohio Company's Piirclae; thence east 18 chains and SO links to the land of J. T, Smith; thence north 16 chains and 60 links to a corner: thence east 13 chains and TO links ton. corner near .I Smith's store: thence n. 5 de?. w. 3 chains and links to a corner in the road neat; J. T. Smith's warenouse; ineuco west iti cnains ana 85 lines to thcn.w.'cornrrofthe s. w. nuartor oi- Hih w. quarlerof said Section No. 7: thence south chains and 25 links to tho mace of bca-innin? containing acres more or less. Appraised $1187 50. Also. iho following described premises, situate insaidconntvorGaliiaandStitenrnhin tn.wit. . iOimaraea a, neginninpr at tne north-east corneroi xraotion n. at.iu XYlwnsQip 1, Kange 13, in the Ohio Company's .Purchase; thence north 7 chalns"and 2S links; thence west chains: thence south 7 r.haina Anil lints tn th line between r'ractionsKo 31 unUIEfi; thence'east 11 cba ins to the place of beginning, containing part of said Iractlon Xo.SA. Appraised at i 00 Lot it. 'liefflnnine-at the niirth.pist rjtfipi?nt Fraction Ko.81, Township 4, Kange IA..ln( the uuiouinipany-s rurctiase; tnence west 18 chains and fltty links ta Isaac Detvltt's land: thence south. 19 chalus to a corner of Kmlil Dnu-itfc'a ,laod: tbenfte soutli;1? degrees..west 9 .chains and 75'linksi" thence south &) degrees east cuains ami w unts. 10 tne outn uno orsaid Trac tion 31; thence cant 8 chains and SO links to the south-cast cornerol' said fraction; thence north 33 cbalns-and 14 links to tho place of beginning, containing 72 acres. Appraised atfSJ 00 LotC Beginning at tho north-east corner Fraction No. 25, Township No. 4, Itango So. 13, In the Ohio Company's Purchase; thence south 9 chalnind.fi links to a stake; thence west chains: ther.ee northM); degrees westlO chains and S3 links to the north line orsaid fraction No S3; thence east 18 chains and 60 links to the place or Iwglnnlng, containing isacrcs.. Appraised t21B uo. , Lot 11. Beginning at thtr sonth-east corner fraction Ko 25, in Xownshlu No. A. llange Xo. 15, In the Ohio Companya Pttrcltais; thence west 2T chains andS links to a stake in the road on the south llnoof said Fraction Xo. 25; thence north IS degrees west three chains and SO links: tbenre north 4Si degrees east 19 chains and ! t-J iti-fijccs cast. -A uuains auu 90 links; ihcnce north 41 degrees west 3 chains ami vj jinkk; inence norm l degrees west chains and 40 links to a stake: thence east chains to the east line orsaid Iractlon; thence south 24 chains ami B0 links to the place of begin ning, containing S3 acres and 85 hnndreths oi an acre. Appraised at $6!t 79, Lot J. 'The north-east quarter ot the north east quarter orserilon Xo. 13; Township ,Xo, Kange 15. In the Ohio Company's Purchase, con jo'Exf ' acrct'more':ora'Sls. Appraised Lot rT. Tho sohtlnfeStnnnrtpr at thn north. cast quarter of Section No 11, Township No. -l, Mu6D.ivrjdiuuiB wiiio tympany's fttrcnasc, containing 40 acres more or less,- Appraised Lot L.iThe eat t half oftha trinth:rct. nnVtr or the north-west quarter of Section Xu. 13, Township Xo. 4, ltangd.15. In' the Ohio Compa ny's Purchase, containing 20 acres more or less. appraised acjasu iw; Tnir above' described Irar.Ia nflVrnt nfll'l. offered separately as .appraised and advertised. ruraiuurcuvuniie aescnprion see piat or said labdson Hie at Clerk's office. Said plat made by Wm . E.'Wbite.COllntVSnnjftvnr " To be sold as the,pniperty .of GcojW. Smith aLat the suit of Erie Tncker." gaanlian. oi aic-vasn in nana at time of sale. aTd 1880niler mr 1,ani1 "'' 18' 0f 0pt'' s . C. B. BLAKE, WI u a,r, S,1?lff Gallla' C- r' White AlTolcomh. Att'ys forTl'lT. Sft,,30.18S0-5w r . . MeKM.A.SPRAGUE, GDNTSACTOB. iffl "BUILDEB. tjapBBJNjGN. AJiLJKINDS OF QllAHESS AND .MANT rjESl'SET ON SHQRT, NOTIGE. . WTEast side of Second.street-itwo ,uwra aoouofic pguare, .1 t Ti. . 1. 1 ; . o 8, 1880 ly Ii i W ' reacHes' prepared, by. the Alden jprooess are a luxarj': They"fare beJiad ajhe enterhrising house UNPARALLELED. , ol 1 the of tne lit of s. SUCCESS W THE THIRD YEAR Of ITS EXISTENCE, CTt SALES AMOUNT TO - 54,853' Machines. NO OTHER MACHINE EVER, HAD SUCH A RECORD OF POPULARITY. Zt i3tiiB Lightest-Banning, Sasiast Soiling, sal IN THE WORLD. eootsVaatel. terms, tA&siu White Sewing Machine Co., CXJSVXJL20 r FOR SALE BY ' S M. PARKER, PORTEE,'(Pine Grove P. O.) OHIO Aug. ly, 18S0. eomly Children FOR Pitcher's Castoria. Mothers lilo, d Pliyaiolana i roosmmond it. IT IS NOT NARCOTIC. CENTAUR LINIMENTS ; the World's great Pnin-Itclieviiig: remedies. .Thcyhcal, soothe and cure Buriin,Wouuds, WcakBack mid niicumatLsm upon Man, and Sprains, Calls, and Lame ness upon Beasts. Cheap, qulek and reliable. . SPURTS of 'fUastuting Mnotu, SnuHes, Cracldlng Pains in ilie Head, Fetid Breath, JJeaSnem, and any Catarrhal Complaint, can ho ex toriainatod hy Wei De Meyer's Catnrrl Cure, a Constitational An tidote liy Absorption. The most Im portant Discovery since Vaccination EHnsHHssHMH mil 'fBBBBBBWsaa assssBRaBB flsssss&LBlaBBBBBi'l CRY i 'Jan. 29, 1880. cowly of T 75 n SO at 11 8 10 oi 14 at ol 60 3 14 4, at at ' el ' to of Warner's Safe Kidney and Uier Cara. Pomtrlv'Dr. Credo"' TSdruy Cur-A A vegetable preparation sari the only sure remtMljr la tne world for Ilritrht' DlWaw. Dlabrtes, nnd AL.I. Ktduer, Liver, nod Urtnnry Dtocasetk MTeatlmonlals of tho highest order In proor of thew statements. e-Por the care of Diabetes, call for Vfut ner'sSafoIMabetea Cure. BS-For the cure or Itrluh t's and the other diseases, call for Warner's tare Kidney, and UTerCsre. .WARNER'S SAFE BITTERS. It Is thebestBIaod PorlHrr, and stimulates pvery function to more healthful scllon, and is thus s benefit In all diseases. . F ILcnresNcrDfaloiia and other Shin Erup tions and Diseases, Including Cancers. VI cers, and other Bores. UyspepsUs, Weakness oftbe Stomarh. CoustlpAlioa, msxlness, OetieraJ UeblU Ity, etc., are cured by the Mafei Bitters. It Is unequaled as an appetizer and regular tonle. BotUes of two sizes ; prices, SOe. and S1.UO. WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE Quicltlr fives Seat and tn th KnfTArlnc cures Headaeiie and HearsOcla. prevents f i,: , i, anu reiieves nemni sroa. tnitlou brought on by excessive drink, over nnrlc, mental shocks, and other causes. Powerful ns It la to stop pain and soothe dis turbed Nerves." it never !n1nr tlm avatum. whether taken In small or large doses. pities or two sues; prices, aoc and (I.OO. WARNER'S SAFE PILLS Are an immediate and aetivA atimuim fnr a Torpid tlvtr; and curs .CoiUtsmis, Srtpaps!, BU- raaa, Ualarla, Imr ana Aru, and should be used whenever tea ' bowels do not operate freely nd regularly., ' l farr nib mjtlr. mki null taw Ur Umajt wrk- rrlfe eta. a fcvx. TTtnwr hit RcMedlM ara MU kr Brssvbu Bnton la J3.iliJir vrrrrwacn. IfiUMU. juuou uur fi.H. -Warner & Co., EO0HE8TEE, TCY. OTXr ttr.Tmibk aaitf.ulK. Jan. i29,'l880-ly Bargains. TT7"AQONS ba11f"ahd"rcpaire(l. at my Yj 'sligp, thre'elmlles iv'esto'fEwlng ton. , JAMES CEAIO. 12,4880 ly r ' SToticei. Benjaiiiin .F.TIolley .against Angeline , . ,HplIey. A GTTLTXE H0LLBY, whose: resl jt. dence is unknown, Is hereby' no tified that,Benjatnln P.' Ilolley did on the 20tb day of September, A.J). ,1880, 111c his petition in the oflice of the Clerk of the Courf of. Common Pleas within and for tliev County of Gal lia, and Slate ofOhio, charging the saidjAngeline Ilolley with willful ab senc&for three years last past, and ask lng,Uiat,he may be divorced from the said Angeline .Holley, which petition wlll.standifor, hearing at the next term of said.Courf. Tioff tWs-22,1 -aay of September, A. " . BENJAMIIT P.HOLIiEY. - By C.V. Blrd,;his Att'y , . .'Sept.130, 1880. 8w . . Fine- Caiidiea Vt 'Bovie, Pitrat & LITCK7 Are. the People of Gallipolis and vicinity in the fact that W. H. MITCHELL ' Has Brouglit tp this Gity the Largest Stock of School Books and Stationery Evei; placed on sale here, and on this account they will be able, at his BOOK STORE, to purchase the same 25 per cent. Cheaper than any where else in, this section of the State. "Seeing is-be-, lieving,"so CALL AND EXAMINE for yourselves his Stock, get his prices and bejeonvinced of the, truth or falsity of the above erejpurchasing your FALL SUPPLIES. September 23, 1880. . School Book AT THE Vry Lowest Prices! AT SPECIAL FIGURES! Full Stock of WINDOW SHADES, FIXTURES &c, NEW BOOK STORE. "We sell every thing in our line as Cheap as any one else, and often much Cheaper. We will not In anything, by anybody. Sept. 1G, 1880. at be Undersold, E. T. MOORE. Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate. ox EXECUTION. Mary S. Reynolds vs. Hariet Eblin et al. State of Ohio, Gallia County., B V virtue of a writ of execuliou. issuei! from tbe Court or Common l'lea-, or said countv of GallU. and State of Ohio, and to me direr ted, I will offer rorsale at public .auction, at tbe rrriht door or the Court llonse, in the city of Gallipolis, In said county of Gallia, Ohio, on Monday, the 8th day of November, A. D. 1880, at the hour orone o'clock p.m., of said day, the following deseriuod real estate, to-wit:-- Tho south half of Iyit number thirty, in the town of Porter, County or Gallia and State of Ohio, with the appurtenances thereunto be longing. ' Appraised at S2S3. To be sold as the property ot Andrew Gould. Terms of sale Cash in hand at time ot sale. Giren under my bandtblj 30th day of Sept.. A. D.1880. C. B. BLAKE, Sheriff of Gallia County, O. Oct. 7, 1880. 5w No. 739. SECOND ORDER OF SALE. Sheriff's Sale of Eeal Estate. Robert Williams' administratiix, vs Richard R. Jones, et als. PURSUANT to the command of an Order of Sale, from the Court of Common fleas, of (jama County, (Jhlo, to me directed, and by virtue of this writ, I will offer for sale at Public Auc tion, at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Gallipolis, in said Gallia county,' and State of Ohio, on Monday, the 8th day of November, A.D. 1880, at one o'clock p. m., of said day, the louowing described lands and tene ments, to'-wlt: Situate in the County of Gallia, aud State of Ohio, and bound ed and described as follows, viz : The north-west quarter of the north-east quarter or Section number thirty. AlEo, the south-west quarter of the south east quarter of Section number nine teen, all in Township 6, Range 17, containing eighty acres, more or less, to have and to hold the same with the appurtenances. " Appraised at $950. To be sold as the pronertvof Richard R. Jones et al, at the suit of Margaret T 11... .1 I . ...... . . .i.T,. .it. i iiiiuuie, ituiuiuiaLraLriji. ui llltt iu tate of Robert Williams, deceased. Terms of- Sale: Cash on day of Sale. Given under mr band, this 3d dav of September, A. D. 1880. C. U. BliARE, Sheriff of Gallia Co. White & Holcomb, Atty's. OctV 7, 1880. 5w WANTED! 500 Tons of Hay, TT10R whiehhe.nighest.Market.Mce X? "-will "be" Paid, when delivered at the Anchor Mills. . . GEO. W.CLARK. . Sept. 23, 1880. 3m Jb'or Sale. , DO ACRES or land in Cumberland OO county, Illinois, "two miles from comity scat and railroad. Improved' a'rid under fence. Terms reasonable. ' A. . XjAXIjKX, Eureka P. O., Gallia co., O. Sept..23, 18S0.-4w " W. M. ZUdenour Dealer In BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &6.t Court St? Gallipolis, O. j The best Stock,-and the Iowestpricesrofanyhonse , in town, ah 'new. Call and see. April 17; .1879. Glass! Glass! , MILLS & GO'S - Wholesale and Retail Drug Store. Ag. 12,1880. ."''', T . T . . ! CM. Fillmore &rC6:dd to.'tneir Fail .Stock bf NotioDs ajnice- line of rnnta. Aug. 19,.1880 ' . - 4 . j u No. 370. . THIRD ORDER OF SALE. Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate. Nelson R, Isisson vs. William Ridg way et al. PURSUANT to the command or an order sale from the Court of Common I'leas Gallia county. Ohio, to me directed, and liy vir tue ot saici writ. I will oner for sale at public auction, at the front door of the Court llnie. in me cityoi uniupons. in sam uauia county auu statu ui uuiu, uu Monday, the 8th day of November, A. D. 1880, at 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, the following de scribed lands.and tenements, to-wit: situate in Uaccoon Township. Gallia County, Ohio; 1st Tract Tbe North-east Quarter or Section 33, T t). It an go 16. containing 160 acres, more or ies ; Appraiseu nt 34,040. 4th Tract 40 acres oft of the east side of tbe south-east quarter or Section 15, T. 6, ltange 16; appraised attSOO, with the privileges and appur tenances, toeseh, thereto belonging. The above described tracts of land will bo offered separate, lyas appraised and advertised. To be sold as the property of William Kidgway etal.at the suitor Nelson B.Sisson. Terms or sale cash m band at time of sale. . Given under my hand this 13th day of Sept. A.1M880. C. B. BLAKE, Sheriff of Gallia County, O. Sept. 30, 1880 5 w Execution No. 188. SECOND ORDER OF SALE. Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate. Ex. Vol. 11, pane 137. T. S. & H. N. Ford vs. Taylor Hampton et el. PURSUANT to the command of an onler or sale, rrom tbe Court or Common I'leas or GlHa County. Ohio, and by virtue of said writ. I will offer for sale at public, auction, at the front' door of tho Court House, in the City of Oalllpolis, In said county and State of Ohio, on Monday, the 8th day of November, A. D. 1880, atone o'clock p. m. orsaid day, the following described lauds and tenements, situate In the county of Gallia and State or Ohio, to-wltr ' The undivided one-half of tbe following bounded prmlas: beginning at the -southwesterly corner of Fourth and Sycamuro streets; thence up said Fourth street along Clendlnen's line to a stake and to the nortb-wrsterly corner of (aid described lot; thence easterly along said Clendlnen's line to S. H Iyer's north-west corner; thence south-westerly along.sald Ayer's line to Sycamore street: thence westerly alonr said street to the place or beginning: situate in the township of Gallipolis. county ofaallia, and State of Ohio, with the appurtenances. - Appraised at FJ.ax) 00. To be sold ai the Drooertv of Tavlor W xerms oi sate uasn in nana ar time or cai. Given under my hand this SeptemberStb, 18S0. U. a. tfljAKJS, Sheriff Gallia Co.. Ohio. Simkon Nash and C. M. Holcomb, Att'ys. Sept 30, 1880 5w MUMD IUY A HOME IN MICHIGAN. .15 TO $10 PER ACRE! tronsSolUl Hare 'Crops! HalJroatf UirsBBb Center or I.nnil., Uraltfay CHmnt. tfelioolt aiMl Chorebca. Iu tlUstnt'laulaUoa. HICHEST REWARD TO FARMERS. ThewUnds are a lonr dllttnce Eiut-of the niKUssipni Hirer. lArre amount nrni la travel ana transportation of cmps. le?rlrr tlve namnulet la finrlljiu and German. Addrem Vt. o. IICUII BT. .Commissioner, Grand Rsplda, Mlcbfx&n. April' 1, 1880 ly e o w. Sfotice. AfiGIE BBOWNEB, whose resi dence is unknown, is liereby no tified that William fl. Browner did oh' the 27th dav of March, A. D. 18S0, file his petition in the office of tbe Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the County or Gallia, and State of Ohio, and' afterward, to-wit: on the 20th day of September, A. D. 1880,'he also filed in said Clerk's office Ills amended petition, charging the said Aggie Browner with fraudulent, con tractor 'marriage with, thesald William Browner, and with adultery with one Lawrence Carney, and asking that be may be dlyorced from the said Ag&ie Browser, which petition ,wlll stanil Jor hearing at tbe next term of said. Court. Dated this 20th day ot September, A'. D. 1830. WILLI AM7 H. BROWNER. By C. W. Bird, his Att'y. . Sept. 30, 1880.-4K. ,15 lbs-. Prunes for ifliOO at Bovie, Pitrat ACo'b.- tr TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1880. Notice to the Tax-Payers of Gallia County, Ohio. IN PORSUANCE O? LAW, I, WM. CHERIIN GrTOiN .liereby notify the Tax,-Payers thereof, that the rate of Taxation for the following table, showinz the - TOWNS, TOWNSHIPS, AND SEPARATE ' SCHOOL DISTEICTS. Ohio,...-. Harrison.. Clay..." Cbambersburg Village. ., Gallipolis... . " City . Addison Cheshire . Kyger Separate School District....: Green . Springfield. ...... .' Morgan Walnut Perry '... Raccoon Centreville Separate School District. Huntington Vinton Separate School District. . . . Greenfield '. Guyan" Crown City Village ". The undersigned will attend at his office in the city of Gallipolis until the 20th day of December, 1880, to receive Taxes, after which all taxes on Real Estate remaining unpaid, will be subject to a penalty of 15 per cent. Under an Act passed May llth, 1878, any person charged with Taxes on tho Duplicate of the County, may pay the full amount of such Taxes on or before the 20th day of Decpmber next, but is required to pay oae-half or said Taxes, including Road Tax and all Delinquent Tax, on or before the 20th day of December next, and the remaining half thereof on or before the 20th day of June, 1831. When one-half the Taxes charged against any Real Estate shall not be paid on or before the 20th day of December next, a penalty of 15 per cent, will be added to such half, and if the remaining half thereof shall not be paid on or before tho 20th day of June next, tho same penalty will be added to such unpaid Tax. A failure to pay one-half the Taxes on Chattel property on or before the 20th of December next, renders the whole due and subject to a penalty of; 10 per cent., and the names of Delinquents may be published. Tax-payers in Townships where a Road Tax is levied must present their Receipts for Road Tax worked ont when they pay the December Tax, or the same will be a total loss. I Ml h 10 ISJI IS, number of mills levied on every dollar County Levy. State II Levy. . 23 ojcfi h 'pro c cih 2.D S- fr c s So O . 333-Sj rz " 1 " 2 8 3--S a! r - g g : - t a - 2 g. ; : H : : : '. i ; : c. : ; ; . ; . i.4 i. 19 i i.a i. i. 6. "5 1.4 1 2.9 3 1116 5 14 1 2.9 3 1 11 G 5141 2.9 3 1 1 1 G 5 1.4 1 2.9,"3 1116 5 1.4 1 2.93 1116 5 1.4 1 2 3 I 1 I 6 5 1.4 1 2.9; 3 1 1 1 6 5 1.4 1 2.9 3 1 1 I G 5 1.4 1 2 0 3 1 1 1 0 5 1.4 I 2.1R 3 1116 5 1.4 1 2.9- 3 I 1 I 6 5 t.4l 2.9 3 1116 5 1.4!l 25i3 1116 5 l.4jl 2.9 3 I 1 I 6 5 1.4 1 2.( 3 1116 5 1.4 I 2.9, 3 1 ll 1 6 5 1.4 1 2-9 3 1 (1 I 6 5 1.1 1 2.ffi 3 1 1 1 6 5 1.4 1 . 2.9 3 1 1 1 6 5 1.4 1 2 913 l 1 1 G , Treasurer of Gallia County, Ohio, the vear 1880 ia correctls' stated in of Taxable property in each of the Township and Corpora tion .Lovy. Total Levy. O o 3 s 3 O 4. 5.3 14.7 13.2 11.9 16.4 13.1 23.1 12.9 14.3 11.3 13.5. 13.G 13.7 15. 149 14 8 13.3 15.1 14 6 132 18 5 18.7 I. 4.3 2.5 3, 6. 3 7.a 4.2 3 10. 14.3 2.41 4, 4. 54 1 24 3.7 4.Q 3.51 3.5! 4. 4.8 4, 6.1 3.5 6, 4.5 5.9 4.4! 6.2 3. 5 4 3 9. a 9,6 WM. CHERINGTON, September 23, 1880. Treasurer Gallia County. of m Successors to JEHMAH", E0VIE & C0.5 QUEENSWARE and GROCERIES, "Would call the attention, of the public to the fact, that our stock of Queensware, purchased in England before any advance, is the largest and most desirable ever offered in this city, at Prices that Defy Competition. OUR STOCK OF AMERICAS, FRENCH AND BOHEMIAN GLASSWARE IS COMPLETE. Silver-plated Table "Ware a Specialty, Extra Double and Triple Plate. All Goods guaranteed exactly as represented. IN OUR GROCERY ..DEPARTMENT IE ARE ALWAYS UP WITH THE TIMES. Wo have now on Sale choice varieties of COFFEE, extra choice N. O. MOLASSES, bILVER DRIP SYRUP, SUGARS of all grades. Salt Fish of all kinds and Qualities. OUR SPECIAL BRAND OF DEEP SEA MACKEREL, IS SOMETHING VERY FINE. Tropical Fruits, Canned Goods of all description, California Lima Beans. Our SDecial Brail MASTED COFFEE, is pfflfei to give SatisfactloiL OTJE MOTTO BEST GOODS AT LOWET- PKICES. PBOJDTTCE 1AKEN IN EXCHANGEE . aray ia, isso. . .it A .ii m DITD1T I I I lift I & w whh No. 784. FIRST ORDER OF SALE. Sheriff's Sale of Eeal Estate. John Davis vs. Lewis Bowcott, et al. HDU-RSUANT to tho command of an or- X. der of sale from the Court of Com mon Pleas of Gallia county, Ohio, and by virtue of said writ, I will offer for sale at public auction at the front door of the Court House, in the city of Galli polis, in said Gallla county and State of Ulilo, on Monday, the ,8th day of November, A. D. 1880 at one o'clock P. If. of said day, tho fol lowlne described lands and tenements, to-wit: 1st tract, Tho north halfof the south halfof XUo south-west quarter of section number thlrjy-siz (.iu), town ship number four (4, of Range number fifteen (15), in the county of Gallla and State of.Ohio, and In the Ohio Compa ny's purchase. Appraised at $48(5 CC3. 2d tract: The south half ot the south half of the south-west quarter of Section number thirty-six (.10), township num ber four (4), of Range number fifteen (IS), in the county of Gallia and State of Ohio, and In the Ohio Company's pur chase. Appraised at $480 00. , Each tract to be appraised and adver tised seperately. and the first tract to be sold first and the second tract sold sec ond. To be sold as the property ot Lewis Bowcott et al. at the suit of John Davis. Given under, my hand this 8th day of September, A. D. 1880.- C. B. BLAKE. Sheriff Gallla Co., O. White & ITolcomb, Att'ys for plaintiff. Oct. 7, 1880 5w UTotice. THE unde'rsigned has .been duly ap pointed executor of the estate of Jacob Kerns, deceased, late of Addison Township, Gallla Co.,-0. A. w. ivtitaa. Oct. 14, 1880-3 !Foir .Sale. ryinE "undersigned offer for. sale their rianmg aim anu, sasn andilllnd Factory. 'situated at "the foot of Third street, Gallipolis; O., together with' the lot and all appurtenances. Machinery all. n good condition and title made per fect. yyill8ellatabarga,!fl.,,ForPrice and Terms enquire oh the premises. . ' 'tT.S. & Hi N.TORD. Sept. 23. 1880, e. HleslBaneroft WHOLE ALE DEALERS IN IDjT GOODS' Hosiery, Notions, Sec, 90 NORTH HIGH-ST., W. Y. MILES. August 2b, 1880. COLUMBUS, OHIO. H. G. BANCROFT. harm For Sale. I WISH" to sell my Farm lying In Huntington tp., near Ewington, containing trom 190 to 200 acres, and known as the John If. Cherington farm. I expect to sell It for less than it is worth, and will sell it to a good person In payments on 5 -years time. Any one wishing to purchase can apply In per son or oy letter, to me at Thurman P. O., Gallla co., Ohio. L. 21. BEMAN. Sept. 2C, 1878. DRAIN TILE. Ml for Mncsi Price List., WE HAVE on hand the best and largest stock we have ever had, from 2 to 9 inches. For further information write y Wlicolersliure Dram Tile Co.. wneelersDurg, acioto uouniy, unio. Marclf 5, 1879. Farm for".ale. TN Springfield Tp., Gallla Co., O., JL seven miles from.QalllpolIs,.and ono mile from tne rauroau, muvauniii; no acres' 165 'cleared and most of it In blue crass Good ' house, stable and orchard. For - further .particulars en quire of or address ' 1 a w a nvrta At. a. n Allot . Gallipolis, Ohio. July 2Cf, 1880. 3m ' " EDUCATIONAL. SCHOOL EXAMINERS' NOTICE. THE Board of School Examiners of Gallla county, O., will meet at the Union School building, 4th street, in the city of Gallipolis, the first Saturday in each month, except August, and also the third Satunlay of the months of March, April, May, June,. September, October and November, at 9 o'clock. A. M., for the examination of appll cants for Teachers' Certificates. M. E. HARD, A. A. MOULTON, W. II. MITCHELL, Cl'k. Examiners. Fruit and Garden Farm for UtUCi rpHE subscriber .offers for sale his -L farm in Springfield township. It is situated six mllea from Gallipolis, on the line of the O. & W. Va. R. R., and columns w acres, uooa Dttuaings, ana about 500 rult trees on it. Apply to E WETHEBHOLT, Pine Grove, Ohio, or to J. F. Irwin, Gallipolis, Ohio. July 15, 1880 Cm ' I Offer for Sale THREE or lour, very desirable Bnlld- Ing Lots, within, the corporation of Gallipolis. Size of Lots to suit pur chasers. Terms easy. , W. W. MILLS. Jjily22,I8Sh-tf