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Trass: $1 50 in advance, or $2 At the end of the year. WK. NASH, Editor GAXiIiTPOIiIS, Thursday, Oct 28, 1880. National Ticket - FOB PRESIDENT: James A. Garfield. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: CHESTER. ARTHUR. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS- EtECTOnS-AT-LARaE, SIDNEY S. WARNER. CHARLES H. OROSVENOB. ' DISTRICT SLECT0B3. ; ANTnONY D..BULLOCK, , ALFRED T.,GOSHOPN, ROBERT E. DO AN, "WILLIAM" ALLEN, . f , JACOB L'B". LONG, ' OCTAVIUS WATERS, WILLIAM W. McKNIQnT, ' JOHN Q. A. CAMPBELL, GEORGE AV. HOLLAND, c JACOB F. BURKET, , . NELSON B. 8ISSON, GEORGE K. MARTIN, MENDAL cnURCniLL, ' V JACOB SCROGGS, TOBIAS A.fPLANTS, . " . , . ff 1 - . - " " - .5s. " r " JOHN MILTON LEWIS;"" x NATHAN B.;BILLINGSLEY, . ' NATHANIEL W. GOODHUE, SAMUEL-'R." HOUSE, JOEL W. TYLER. The Journal will be found on sale at the Book Store of W. H. Mit chell, where also can be had, at 8 P. M. each day of publication, the Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Commer-J cial and Enquirer, and where also subscriptions for either of the Dai' lies or Weeklies may be left. Garfield Club of Springfield Township. One more Rally and then on to Victory. Trof. A. A. Monlton, C. J. Switzer and Dr. N. B. Sisson will address the people at the Town House, Sat urday evening, Oct. 30th. Porter Band will furnish music. Let all lovers of Liberty and Union, rally for the right. By order of President Dr. Maley, the Democratic ex-Coroner of Hamilton county, Is out for Garfield. Scores of -Democrats are coming out for Garfield. The stampede. lrom Hancock to Gar field "beats all natur." Let us all vote for Garfield, Repub licans, Democrats and Greenbsckers. It will do more to bring about reconcilia tion and peace than any act the people can perform. "Up Guards, and at 'em," cries Ale-t shire and Wilson, President and Secre tary of the Hancock Club. The -,dlffl-culty is to get them "up." Remember next'Tuesday. The policy of the government for the next four years Is then to be decided'.. See' to It that the decision is In "the interest of a tariff, sound 'currency, a pure bal lot and general prosperity. - ' Vance promised the Democratic con clave'at Columbus that his party would cut down the Republican majority in, Gallia at least 200 Ih, Novem ber. What say tho Republicans to. this boast. Will they permit It? Forward, and win new victories. Every Republican to his post next Tuesday. There Is victory Itx the air. All that is needed Is that every Jtepnb' llcan vote should be polled. Let there . be no-failure In this respect. Democrats have no hope of success xeept ; through a'leellng of over' confix dlCe OtlStho nart Of thR RennHlpsm. 'Tr4iit6 a man. Destroy this last 'lienel,'," Democrats are swearing mad over Wade . . Hampton's correspondence with Secre tary Bherman. They consider that ;he has given away the Democratic party. ' . Don't let- anything rains, floods, snow, cold nothing but death Inter- "fere with a full Republican vote next Taesday. Let us on toa victory that . will settle forever the question 1 National supremacy I - News. James B. Doyle, a big boud swindler, w arrostml In Chicago last week and over $200,000 In money, and securities were found on bis person. It is tnougnt that tiart of the bonds" recovered were stolen from the Manhattan Bank. T cLn.. willlima. ' ofv Indiana. !-"has granted a respltebf 'thlrtydays to"Wa0e and Mrs. Brown, now unuer sen tence of death for murdering the latter's husband. A 'Coiumbus firm t3 selling" buggies and taking notes for tbem to be paid when Garfield Is elected President. Five women were burned to death in a. Cincinnati shoddy factory.Iant week. S. J. Tilden has bought a f 100,000 deer.parkT : . S.-- ' Republicans must be on the watch for Democratic rooroacKS. uvgiv hbyuS failed tofjecure to them a victory, they will now resort to lies. One has al ready appeared. It is In the shape of a confidential letter, on the Chinese Question, purporting to have;been writ ten bv Gen. Garfield. It is.a base for gery. The trueway-is to pay no- atten tion to all such startllDg publications. Thn mnilitlon of the DcmoCraCV IS most desperate oneam! you may be sure they will resort to desperate meas ures tosredeera lost eround. Let the jepubllcahs'.moveforward to"Huty and victory. iet no xaise siguais uraw yuu aside. " - 1 v 4. : "Wade" Hampton win up his corres pondence with Secretary Sherman lu this bombastic style: "My address will be Columbia, S.. CI'.., Twelve' hundred Union veterans, of Cleveland, Ohio, tel egraphed their compliments to Wade Hampton, Thursday, and say "that they will, on November 2, 1880, vote as they shot, and that their address will be Cleve!aud, Ohio." Wade Hampton's "address,", don't scare worth a cent. . Next Tuesday the policy of the Na tional Government for the ensuing four years. is-itfbe settled. Wha shall, that policy be? This Is the question that your vote must decide. Consider well the magnitude of the responsibility that is resting upon you. Tho cbuutry Is now prosperous. ,3.'he wheels of indus try, arc, iif .motion all around you Labor is In demand, and commands fair wages. This may, all be changed by your vote. Aby change must" be" for the worse. See to it that your vote counts against change Gen. Hancock has been compelled to ppen-his.mouth on. .the tariff question He regards It" as purely a local ques tionthinks he once heard o(t it in township election in -Pennsylvania! Wonderful sagacity ! Great statcsmati! Protection to American industry a mere local Issue I Grant was right Hancock is beyond - question a ;(,wcak" man. Vote: for" .Garfield, a genuine statesman. A "tariff, for revenue, only," Is what theDeraocratlc platform . says. Every worklngman that votes for Hancock -votes :to take the "bread' and butter" from the mouths of his wife and chil dren. The'dc'atb struggle of the Democracy occurs nest Tuesday. It is to be a hard fought battle. Sound the bugle, call to arms. Let "the Republican forces be brought into line call in tho strag- giers no turiougns tnac aay every man In'hls place and our word for It, the enemy will be driven from the field with a hurrah that, will remind old sol diers of the field of Appomattox. Bend tho correspondence between Wade Hampton and Secretary Sher man. It is an. illustration of South ern arrogance that should receive a severe rebuke next Tuesday, from the loyal men of the North. The idea that the Ku-Klux methods of controlling elections' in the1 South' must not be discussed without -danger of being shot in a duel, is an. attempt to re-establish the "Southern lash" in American politics. It should so arouse the manhood of the:"Nortlf as to make it solid for Garfield and Arthur next Tuesday. Freedom of thought and action must bo, main tained in this land, or else wc shall drift into government, of imperial ism. The Democratic leaders attempt to console their .dupes' for the' defeat of the party in Ohio and Indiana by crying intimidation, fraud, .etc.. A party that holds power jn. fourteen States of the. Union by the disfran chisement of one-half of its voting population, through !the power of the shot gun, the rifle-clubs, red-shirted marauders, etc, presents an amazing spectacle' of, brazen impudence, in charging fraud when, outvoted ih the ireejforth If, they,wereususcepti- ble to the least touch of shame these leaders would tatber bow .their faces in the dust than attempt to deceive their followers with such nonsense. Without-these .damnable methods.in &eVsMhjftheL Democratic pirt3' wonld be an insignificant body Frand, indeed! "Why", to listen to such a cry, from such a party, is Tan act of arrogance that mu3t make the J3!yil jKSfel?JLe3 ."Us .IJSj,i2.B2wer on earth. The confidence of; the Democracy ;was tl6ns"""Tho"'irqyeinDer elc'Qtlons will . m . Seo to itthat.the Republican, majorly is' not cut' down' two hundred next Tues day, as promised by Vance.- Pollevery Republlcauvote.. Swell your--October victory.. It,, will make, every, patriot happy. " "My address;""sahiias not closed tho mouth of Secretary , Sherman, no Is discussing .the Ku-Klux methods in New York this sreek. " Hon. Chas.- F. ArmStead', the"" late Democratic colored stump' speaker, has come out for Garfield! - . Hancock's tariff letter, and Wade Hampton's 'fmy address," sah, ought to be sufficient to sink the Democratic par- Lovers ef-Mackerel'will find something choice in ther-'Deep Sea atrgBovie,;Pitrat;d:. Co. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. A Strange Death. Jlonday morning at-9 o'clock, S.BrahdybSrry. happened, to step into one of the rooms of .the r ginia House of this; city, and there discovered, the dead body, of Charles A. Ralhburn. The 3larm was given and the coroner called. From ap pearances he had been dead anjtaor, and what was peculiar (the effects ot the drug taken) the skin, was cov ered with -numerous purple spots which Boon conglomerated-, and turned the face black. On the stand was a goblet with a few crystals of Hydrate'of Chloral in the bottom. Nothihg.to indicate the cause of the strange freak was found. It was known that he was perfectly familiar with the use of the drug, in the liquid form Mr. H. C. Shoemaker states .that he had, an o'nnce.of the drag, purchased of the boy at Rath burn & Howell's drug store. By persuasion he gave it up to Mr. S and 'agreeing not to take any it was given back to him. For a week Rathburn had been indulging in drink and on that fatal morning had purchased the drug to quiet his nervesso as to straighten 'up. That he had' intended violence unto him self, as reported, is not believed. Mrs. Eathburn, the wife of the deceased, is expected -to attend the funeral. She.is on her way from St, Louis. Mo; 'Mrs. W. A. Long, of Steubenville, a sister, will also be here. Mr. R. was at one time a promm ent railroad man, located recently at Detroit, Michigan. He was smart, brilliant and of a happy tempera meht He was well liked by all, but the curse of the cup followed like many other ."smart men and he went down. The .family have our sympa thy. Tho fuueral will occur this Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Clendlnen & Graham have the con tract for building the pier for the in cline at.tho Transfer Depot grounds on Front street. This is a heavy piece of work, and will consume In the best of weather six weeks of time. The bank for 'thewhote distance, beginning a hundred feet from the curb, will be graded down seyeral feet and then pro tected by a heavy wall along the whole fronti 'The pier is to be 20 feet wide on the summit and rocked. The sides are to be rip-rapped. The pier will run 40 feet beyond a parallel' line with the abutment of the Dufour Wharf. It will be, located about halt way between the above wharf and the Van Vleck line. Judge Logue's term as Justice ot tho Peace expirnd Saturday. His docket has been turned over to W. W. Martin dale, Esq., who will ocqupj" for the present (lie room that Judge Logue oc cupied. Judge Logue desires the Joua nal to thank the public for Us confi dence and support white in office. Movement of Stock. J W. Cheruigton sent three car loads of hogs to market last week, by the O. & W. Va. R. R. EtNeal'of Mercer's Bottom, W. Va., shipped two car loads of cattle Mon day morning. L. Frank 'shipped Tuesday morning 100 head of cattle by the same route. CARD. GALLIPOLIS, Oct. 25. En. JonnxAi.: I wish to express, through your columns, my, sincere thanks to the G. V. F. D. for their val-. uable services' at the burning of the Lawson & Bell mill, when but for their willing aid my residence would have been . in ruins. 1 also thank all' who offered their services, and assure them that I appreciate the-same. GALLIPOLIS, Oct. 25. JOHN DAGES. A summary of reports of Uallipolis Union Schools for the week ending October 22d. CENTRAL BUILDING. Enrollment C59 Average dally attendance.. . 61!) " " absence.: 40 Per cent, of attendance "... : '93 Cases of tardiness 11 DISTRICT SCHOOLS. Enrollment '. : 119 Average daily attendance 100 " absence J.i Per cent, of attendance 89 Cases of tardiness....- 9 COLORED SCHOOLS. Enrollment 191 Average dally attendance..... 170 " ! absence.... 21 Per cent, of attendance '. 89 Cases of tardiness..... 14 Nos. , 2, 4, C, 7, 8, 9, 1 and 2 (Mill Creek), had no case's of tardiness. The following 'wero the visitors for the week: Col. and Mrs. Daniel Need- ham, Boston, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Coojier, Pomeroy, O. ; . C; V. Crispin, Greenfield, O.; W. M. Hudson, Manchester, O. ; Rev. A. A. Ilopkins, Lcesh'urg, Va.;' Mr. AlIen,ClucIii'niiti, Ohlof Dr. and Mrs. W.-C. H.Needham, P. T. Wall, Col. and Mrs. J. L. Vanee, Chas. Maxori, Chas. Jennejf, uudge' D. B. Hebard, E. Dunn. Misses Lottie Cooper, Lizzie Alexander, Mary. Wey, Kila uook, J no. w. Smith, . ii. White, M.-. Wiley, E. B. Payne, Mrs. Froide-voux: COLORED SCHOOLS. M. E. HARD, Supt. Probate Court. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Chas. R. Small and Kate H. Thos. Fowler and. Angellne A. ChafHn. John Conlpy anil .lennie Elugglns, Z.T.May ami Captolia E. Parranr. 'Win. L. Huntly arid Lyda M. Harmon. Lawrence Ford' and Elizabeth Brandon. OTHER MATTERS. ...James M-JIannan, administrator of Henry II. Hannan, deceased, filed his final account. James M. Hann.in, administrator of Jas. H.-.Guthrle, jleeeased; filed hs 3d account. " John R. and Benj. F. Jones,adralnl trators ot. Dayld C. Jones, deceased, filed their 2d account. The.ia? t will and testament of Wilson L. Foster, .deceased, was admitted to Probate, Transfers of Real Estate. Gotax Thomas TImmons ami J S Jordan to Samuel PjHlldrethjUSO acres, I'J.OOO." jVpdison Margaret and James Darst to Amanda Backus, nart. ot lot NV. 1 In Addison village, 153. Huntisotok Wm Matthews to Jennie .Matthews, part of lot No. 31 In JJnton, 825. , OaioJohn Mooney to Hiram Wat son, 37J acres, $450. . . y Q GiuroLis'Crr'v-Jofin H. 'Evans and Edward. Hunt, administrators of Joseph. Hunt, deceased, to C M Bolcomb,jarts ofcity"lots"386, 373330 and 172,1375. PLANTATION MANNERS REVIVED. VIVED. Wade Hampton Attempts the Bull—Dozer. But is Spanked by John Sherman. man. "My Address." Sah. Western Associated Press Telegram. . Washinotox, .October. 18. Secretary Sherman has furnished for publication the following correspondence: DoaoxRs' Sfrinos, SentemNr 17. 1B80. Tq non.- John Sherman, Secretary of tne -iTeasury : Sin Some1 days ago-I-sawnTeport of vour speech at a conference held by the National Republican Committee, at the Fifth Avenue nbtel, New York, and vou were quoted as having used the rot lewlng language: "And now you are asked to surrender all you have done Into the hands of Wade Hampton and the Ku-Klux. and the little segment In the North' that Is called the Democratic party." May I ask It you used these words, and if you did sb, did you mean to connect me directly or indirectly with' what was known as the Ku-Klux Klan? Reqnestingan early reply, addressed to me. care of Augustus Schell. Esq., New. York, I am, very respectfully, , your obedient servant, WADE HAMPTON. SHERMAN'S REPLY. WASHixarox. D. C, September 21, '60. Hon. Wade Hampton, care of Augustus bchcll. .Esq.. Jnew lorK. Sm Your note of the 17th Inst. Is received, in which you Inquire' whether at the Conference held by the .National Republican Committee at the Fifth Ave nue Hotel, New York, I used the lan guage attributed to me as .follows "And now you are asked to surrender all you have done into the hands of wade Hampton aim tne lin-Kinx, anu the little segment lu tue .Norm that is called the Democratic party,1' In reply I hive to advise you that while I do not remember the precise language,. I pre sume the reporter correctly stated, lira condensed way, nts idea ot wnat i said I no doubt spoke of you as the lead ing representative of the Democratic party in the South, and referred to the Ku-Klux Klan as the representative of the barberous agencies by which the Democrats have subverted the civil and lolitical rights of the Republicans of the Soutu. i did not connect you per sonally with the Ku-Klux Klan. In deed, I knew that you had in one or two important instances resisted and defeated Its worst Impulses. I appre ciate tne sense or honor which makes you shrink from being named in con nection with it. Still, you and your associates, leading men in the south. now enjoy benefits of political power derived from atrocities of the Ku-Klux-Klau, in which phrase I include all the numerous aliases by wuich it has, from time to tunc, been known in tiie bouth Your power in the Southern States rests upon the actual crimes of every grade In the code of crimes from mur der to the meanest form pf- ballot-box stuffing committed by the Ku-Klux-Klan and its kindred associates, and, as you know, some of the worst of them were committed .since 1877, when you and your associates gave the most sol emu assurance of protection to the freedmen of the South. These crimes are all aimed at the civil political' rights of Republicans in the South, and :is 1 believe, but for these agencies, the very State' that you represent, as well as many other states in the south, would be represented both in the Senate and House by Republicans. But for tiiese crimes (he boast attributed to you, that one nqnqred and thirty-eight solid Southern votes would be cast lor the Democratic ticket, would be but Idle vaporing; out now we teel that it is a sober truth. While I have no reason to believe that you or your Northern asso ciates personally participated in the 0Ueii8e8 1 nave named, yet, while you and they enjoy tho fruits of these crimes, you may. In logic and morals, be classed as I classed you, as joint co partners with the ivu-KIux-Klan in the policy which thus far has been success ful In seizing political power in the South, and which it Is hoped by the aid or the small segment or the Democratic party In the North, may be extended to an the departments of tho Government. It' is In this sense that I spoke of you, the Ku-K.lux-h.ian and the .Northern Democratic party. Permit me, in conclusion, while frank ly answering your question, to say the most latai policy lor the south would be by such.agencies as l have mentioned to secure again political ascendency in tills country; for I assure you that" the manhood and independence of the North will certainly continue the struggle until every Republican in the Soutii shall have free and unrestricted enjoy ment oi equal civil and political priv ileges, including a fair vote, a fair count, free speech and free press, and agitation made necessary to secure such results may greatly affect injuriously the Interests of the people of the South. very rcspecttuliy. your obedient ser JOHN SHERMAN. SOUTHERN CHIVALRY. CHARLOTTSVILLE. VA., October 1,1880. To Hon. John Sherman. Sm Your letter- has been received. As you do not disclaim the language to which 1 called your attention, I have only to say that In using it you uttered what was absolutely lalse, and what you knew to be false. My address will be Columbia, S. C. I am, your obedient servant, WADE HAMPTON. THE MATTER DISPOSED OF. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ii uuuuiud. . vy., ui.iluci lo, toon. To Hon, Wade Hampton, Columbia, s. u. I have to acknowledge the receipt of your note of the first Inst., handed me unopened by Mr. C. McKinley, a few moments .ago, after my return from the West. I had this morning read what purported to be an extract of- a speech made by you, published In the Charles ton News and Courier, and upon your general reputation as a gentleman had denied that you had made such a speech or written- such a letter as is attributed to you In that paper. What I stated to you In my letter of September 21 I be lieve to be true; notwithstanding your denial, and It can be shown to be true by public records and as a matter of history. .As you had, long before your letter was delivered to me, seen proper to make a public statement of your views of the correspondence, I will gi ve it to the press without note or comment, and let the public decide between us. Very JOHN SHERMAN. Mothers. Or all diseases to which children are liable, none are so alarming In their approach, so dangerous in their conse quences and so often and suddenly fatal in their result as Croup. The attack. is oftenest in the- night. Frequently no physician is near, and yet that peculiar hoarse cough, that difficult' and labori ous breathing, those spasmodic strug gles lor respiration, mutt be relieved im mediately, or the child will die., ' A prompt, safe and effectual remedy is found iu DR. SETH HART'S CROUP SYRUP, as thousands can testily. ' For sale by all druggists. ,, '. The handsome 'thing' for your new bouse, is one of the nice Cham ber Setts on view at Bo vie, Pitrat fcCo. Tick J Tick! Tick? Tick Those beautiful Clocks at EnttsTiNa's. . All kinds of Jewelry made' to order. Old Jewelry .rebaireS and made new at Ersstiho's, COURTS. TIMES FIXED FOB Holding Courtis IK THE SEVEMTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF OHIO, Fr the Year 1881. TIMES FOR HOLDING COURTS FOR THE YEAR 1881 Pursuant to author! tv of law. It Is ordered that the several Terms of the Courts of Com mon Pleas, and of the District Courts, tor the Seventh Judicial District of the State of Ohio, for the year 1881, shall be held as follows, In the respective coun ties thereof: DISTRICT COURTS. Washington April 6th. Meigs April 11th. Gallia April 15th. Lawrence April 20th. Scioto April 25th. Pike May 2d. Perry September 1st. .Fairfield September 5th. Hocking September 9th. Athens September 13th. Vlntou September 17th. Jacksoii September 20th. COMMON PLEAS. Athens February 11th, June Cth, November 8th. Fairfield January 24th, April 23th, rVrnhpr 17th. Gallia February 21st, May 30th, No vember stn. Hocking February 21st, May 23d November 21st. Jackson February 14th, May 30th (Vlnhp.r 31st. Lawrence March 1st, June 7th, No vember 15th. Meigs January 31st, May 9th, Octo ber JStll. Perry March 14th, June 13th, Decern hpr 12th. Pike January 31st, May 16th, Octo .ber 18th. Scioto January 31st, May 9th, Octo ber mil. Vinton January 10th, April 25th October 4th. WashingtonJanuary 10th, May 19th October 18th. And it Is ordered that the Clerks of the Courts of the several counties of the above named district, shall eacli cause a copy of this Order, prescribing the times for Holding courts in saiu District, to be published In two news papers printed and of general circula tion in their respective counties accord inz to law. Given under our hand, this ICth day of Jeptember, A. U. 1880. SAM'L S. KNOWLES, SILAS II. WKlGHl', J. P. BRADBURY. JOHN S. FRIESNER, Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of the Seventh Judicial utstrictot unto. The State of Ohio, Oallia County, ss.: I. JOnN I,. GUY. Clerk of said Courts within and for said County, do hereby certiry ttiat tne above is a true codv of the order made by said Judges above named in regard to the times of holding Courts In the several counties of said Seventh Judicial District, as to me certified and entered upon the Journals of said Courts. Witness my hand and the seal of the Common Pleas Court, at Galll- r I P1I? Ohio, this 20th day of Oc- ' toner, A. u. 1880. JOHN L. GUY, Clerk, Oct. 28, lSSO-iw FIRST ORDER OF SALE. Sheriff's Sale of Eeal Estate. James M. Hannan, Administrator, vs. Samuel Jar vis, Margaret Jarvis and J. I. Kuhn. "PURSUANT to the command of an order of x. saio irora me uigiricc vur.oi uauia coun ty. Onto, at its April cession, A. I. 1880. and to me directed, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the front door ot the Court House In the Cltr of Gallipolb, in satd Gallia County and State of umo, on the 8th day of November, A. D. 1880, at one o'clock p. m. ot said day. the followlnir uescnncu lanu ami tenements, to-wn: loi no. 4. in section no. si. in Town I, or uange no 11 In thn 1 V, .... 1 1. nT n.llf. arA f..A nt thin. lying: In tbo middle of the south tide of salJ Section, beginning at the south -east corner of lot no. a; inenie norm cnaws to jei.sie jtinjpi land: thence south GO chains and TO links to the south line of the Section; thenco west 22clistns to Jiooueys innu; tnence norm la cnains Mooney's north-east corner: thence west chains, to the place of beginning, containing 112 acres more ur less. ADnralsed at 117S 00. To be sold as the Dronertr of Samuel Jarvis et au at toe suit oi James it. uutnrie's aanvr. Terms ot sale osh In hand on day of sale. GtTen under my hand this Sept. 13th. A.D. 1880. C. B. BLAKE, Sheriff Gallia Co., Ohio. S. A. Nash, Att'y for Plaintiff. Sept. 30, 1880 5w FCJR1TITORE. AT IS THE PLACE I'O BUY FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS, MADE by hand, and of Cincinnati manufacture, the best Furni ture in the market, and at the Iiowest Price for Cash. Wc keep the Latest Styles of all kinds of Furniture made by skilled mechanics, and not Old Style Goods made by boys who only receive ou cents per day. We can sell a full suit ot Parlor Furniture for .$35.00. All Goods warranted as repre sented. Call andsee for yourself before purchasing elsewhere. Goods delivered in City or on boat free of charge. -Do not forget the place, corner of Court and i bird streets, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Notice TS HT3BEBY given that the under- X signed has been duly appointed and qualified as administrator, de bonis non, witn win annexeu, ot iteuoen itntngeb, lateoi uauia uounty, unto, ueccaseu. SAJlh A. HASII. Oct 28,1880 3v That nice line of Silverware at Ekkstixo's will catch them. 15 lbs. Prnnes for $1.00 at Bovie, Pitrat & Co's. tf A Large and Fresh Stock of pure Drugs and Drug Sundries at iVtlLLB & CO'S .Wholesale and Retail Drug Store. Aug; 12, J880. The best family Sewing Mapb)ne at Voch'fl Clothing Store, . MOP m MOLLOHAN Has a new and complete Stock of all kinds of ClOODS, and lie will exchange thera for any land of CotmtrT Mice OR MONEY. Remember he will not be UNDERSOLD. Vacant lot for his Customer's Teams Oct. 14, 1880. ELECTORS FOR Preieiitiificii.PrBiiiit OF THE UNITED STATES. SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION! SHERIFF'S OFFICE.) Gallia County, Ohio, October 4, 18?0.) To the Qualified Voters of Gallia County, Ohio: In pursuance of the statute In such cases made and nrovidod for. I, C. B. Blakk, Sheriff of Gallia county, Ohio, do hereby proclaim and make It known that the FIRST TUESDAY after the tlrst Monday In November, A. D. 1S80, i:eing tue Second day of November, A. D. mi), is by law appointed the flay on which the qualified electors of Gallia county shall meet in their respective town ships, precincts and wards, at their usual places designated for holding elections, octween the hours ot u o'clock a. m. and G o'clock p. m., and proceed to vote for 1'wonty-two Electors of President and Vice President of the United States. Given under my hand and seal, at the Sheriff's ollice, this 4th day oi October, A. D. 1880. skal.J C. B. B LA ICE, Sheriff Gallia County, Ohio. Boots a&d Shoes FOR FALL AND WINTER. An endless variety at Cheap Shoe Store, Comprising the Latest Styles, both Hand and Machine made. Our Rub ber and Waterproof Grain Boots are of a .superior quality, and will be sold very low. Our Dollar Shoo for Ladies winter wear, can't be beat, nor our .$2.50 Hoots for men. We have something 'nobiiy" in the Rub ber line for Ladies and Gents Clogs, Self-acting Sandals, Croquet Rubbers &c, &c. M. C. HARLOW & CO., 2d St., near Court House, Sign of tho "Upside Down Boot." Sept. 23, 1880. iw COURTS. 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. express. Gallipolis 5.30 A. M. 6.(10 P. II. Porter 5 55 .. 5.25 .. Vinton 0.10 .. 5.40 .. Niles.... 0.22 .. 5.52 ... Minertdn.. 0 35 .. 6.05 .. Hawks 6.50 .. 6 20 .. Radcliff 0 57 .. , C.27 .. Eagle Furnace.. 7.06 .. 6.36 .. M.& C. Junction 7.30 .. 7-00 -.. McArtliur 7.36 .. 7.07 .. Creoia 7.49 .. 7.21 .. Swan 8.02 .. 7.35 .. New Plymouth. 8.0C .. 7.40 .. Starr 8.12 7.47 .. Union Furnace 8.23 .. 7.59 .. Arrive, Logan, . 8.40 A.M. 8.15 P.M. LEAVK Logan 8.50 A. 31. 8.35 P.M. Aitr.ivE Lancaster. 9.40 ,. 9.20 .. Columbus 11.00 .. 10.45 .. Cincinnati..,,.. 8.00P.M. C.55A.M. SOUTH BOUND. MXIL. 8.20 A.M. : 0.:i5 . IXATK Columbus Lancaster t ABBiyE, Logan . .-. . EXPRESS. 3.35 P. M 4.50 .. .10.29 A.M. 5.48 LEAVE Logan... .10.45 A. M. 5.58 P. M ARRIVE Union Furnace.. 10.59 .. Starr 11.10 .. New Plymouth.11.16 .. Swan.-.. . 11.21 .. Creoia 11.34 .. McArthur 11.55 .. M.& C. Junction 12.10 P.M. 6.13 .. C.25 i. 6.32 . . 6.37 ... 0.51 .. 7.07 .. 7.27 .. 7.41 .. Eagle' Furnace. .12.23 Radcliff... .12.30 ... 7.50 .. Hawks'. Minerton ... Niles Vinton Porter Gallipolis ... ..12.36 .. 7.57 .. ..13.51 .. 8.12 .. .. 1.02 .. 8.24 .. 1.13 .. 8.37 .. . 1.27 ... 8 53 .. 1.50 .. 9.20 .. THROUGH COACHES BETWEEN GALLIPOLIS AND COLUMBUS ON ALL TRAINS. Connectlonsmade at Gallipolis with Steamboats and Stage Line for Middle- port, Pomeroy' and all points on the Unio iiiver: at iiOgan ior Athens, rark ersburg and Marietta; at Lancaster, for zanes vine anu uircievuie; ana nt union Depot, Columbus, for all points North, iftutahd West. ORLAND SMITH. Gen'l Supt. Gen'l Supt. C. D. NORRIS, Supt. W. H. HARRISON, Gen't Ticket Agent. THE CINCINNATI GAZETTE! 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Copy,! wives anil (laughter of farmers enjoy a " u " " 3 " " 1 sort or social reun Ion, and give to Dally Gazette (Special "Rdltion), each other the bene contalnlng.four fit of practical ex perlence In cookery and domestic econo my. The Gazette ought to be in every family Every Postmaster and Canada is an in the land during 18S1. Leave your trCOT AND MtESir.VE subscription with the Postmaster. Sample Copies mailed on Application. CINCINNATI GAZETTE CO. October 28, 1880 4w iitcliiiisoii & Baldridg'e, DEALERS a (OLlVEBlM STOVES AND TIN-WARE, COURT ST., Oct. 28, 1880. 3sT IE "W" FURNITURE! JUST EEOEIVED AT FULLER, HUTSINPILLER & CO' Retail Rooms in Hayward's Block, SOLD LOW FOR CASH. Chamber Setts, Sideboards, Woven Wire Mattresses, Cotton Top Matres3es, Lounge Matresscs, Camp Chairs, Looking Glasses, -Kitchen Tables, . Marble Top Tables, . Double Cano Rocking Chairs,- -' Platform Rockers, Ladies- Desks, Ollice Desks, Children's Toy Tables, Moss Pillows, Cotton Pillows, ; Show Pillows, Feather Pillows, ' Bureaus, Safes, Lounges, FURNITURE POLISH, 25 CTS. A BOTTLE. Don't Forget the Place to Buy CHEAP FURNITU11E, Corner State and 3d sts., Hayward's block. October 7, 1880. CUT RATES M GOOD TRACK. Ho Side Track for a Pulman Palace Gar. HENRY N. BAILEY Has ransacked the store houses of the East ancj re 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 admiration of the madding crowd. On with the dance, though auction goods do go down in the crash. SECOND ST., OPPOSITE PUBLIC SQffABE, GALLIPOLIS, 0. Sept. 16, 1880. NEWSPAPER. WEKKLY GAZETTE 1881 The market and fi nancial reports of the Gazette have for many rears been considered standard authority, and thr-y aro now .more per " 40 fect than ever. 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Parlor Setts, Wardrobes, Spring Matresses, Shuck Matresses, Bed Lounges, Folding Rockers, Extension' Tables, Breakfast Tables, Wood Top Center Tables, Cane and Wood Scat OiDce Chairs, Cane Seat Chairs, Wood Seat Chairs, . Ladies' Sowing and Cutting Tables Children's Chairs, ' Perforated Chair Seats, Book Cases', Bed Cas ors, Table Castors, WashStands, Bedsteads, Trundle Beds, No. 657. Sheriff's Sale of Eeal Estate. David Y. Smithers vs. Isaac Fillinger aDd Precilla Fillinger. "pUKSUANT to the conimnnd or an onlerof x saiBirom meuonrtoi common ritu orualilft conntr. Ohio, and brTlrtae of ild writ I will offer lor talc nt publlo auction at tbe front door oi tne court 11011 je in tne uuy or liiuipous, in saia uaiiia county ana state oi unio. on Monday, ihe 8th day or November, A. D, 1880, at one o'clock P.M.of said dar. tho following' uescnoea isnas ana tenements. county of Gallia and Slato of OHIO, to-wit: Be ginning ni a ttaseon tne soutn aiae ui iinmitfi thirtvmn rna'n nnmher three (3). ranjre nmi. ftion ., ....in. theneA north-wett tne toil oi me rinze along um "',-"-v ...... U... ... r ..rth !lth the blazed line still follotrin? the meaoderinga of said ridge to .v, iin.AE4t.t rrtinnt thfincfl WCSt With said traction line to the corner of the land of Uonnul H&nnas in iaia iraawu; . """J? "u north with said Conrad Uannas to bis south-east corner anil west witn tno sam ''""' y'"u Hanna to the wet line of said fraction; thence '...irtZ.. .,h.iriutnr said traction: thence east to the place of beginning. Containing sixty ""ppsafatFsilSljf. Sold iu the property Isaac aud Procills Hunger, anoo hhoiu. y, sniimers. Terms OI saie,casa in uaau at. wiuu vi mic. niren nader ray hand, this Slst day of Hentern. A. D.1880. . - - v, o. XJiJAivrv, Sheriff, Gallia County, O. Oct. 7, 18.S0.-flw ' i Notice IS hereby elven that a petition will bo presented to the Commissioners of Gallia county, at their next session In December, praying for the location of a county road along the following route: Beglnlng on road leading from K P. Wood's mills to Porter, oh line between lands of Win. Hull and ltome Hull, In Huntington township; thence north to a stake; thence tbe best way between house and barn of Borne Hull to land of Win. Dver: thennft thrnnirh oaM Imh'n Jforgan .township nortlj-easterly to. a hickory tree on line of said Jand aud land of Gilbert Glenn: thence east m far as said Hue runs to farm road, follow ing farm road north-easterly to a stake; th en co south of corn crib "where Wm. neckernowllves to bars by barn ; thence north-easterly to black oak; thence north to road leading from whlte's'chbol bouse to It. McCarley' and there ter minated Also, that so much of the old road as lies between tbe proposed Inter section and Glecn's run bottom be va cated. PETITIONERS. Oct, 7, 1880. Iw If yon, want to get the best Plow Point in the market, call on Kllng & Dagcg.