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. -JiS-- V T " WM. INSETj, Editor. Volume XXiVI. f rjy r -a tlx, gnxx l IfcT xt hi tri c e " GJLDPOIiIS, OHIO, THDCKSBuLY, WOVEIHDBIBR 5, 1S80. $tl GO in Atlvno Dry HARMISON'S A scene of activity new before witnessed in Gallrpolis! ; People.goin crowds direct from all railroad trains arid steamboats, to this . . .. MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT! The most Popular Retail Store on. the Riverfe because tho Best Bargains are found here in everything Tiplnnffino' to a firsfCIass House. . , ...... i '.u Tlielarffcst assortment to select from. Prices that no competitor .has the audacity to attempt to match. The fewwho have failed until now to realize the advantages of trading where cash enables them to save.20 to 30 per cent wander around town, and staggered by the prices they encounter, come at last to our Paradise for the P and a jJBgJjj;lreBg, Gloakai Dolmans and other 'wraps, in this week. The third great arrival this Season. From $1.75 to $25.00. Our $5:00 and $0.00 Cloaks compare with the best that are offered at $10. CaU Overstay cases of BOOTS AND SHOES.retailed this season. Cause: Good Goods and Low Prices. CLOTHING-! The rush for Overcoats and Suits at our present low prices is a perfect tornado. This department is more .vmrnlPte this season than at any time heretofore a larger assortment and better bargains. Remember that Harmison'sjs Headquarters for Trunks, Yalices, &c Great bargains in Fine Zinc and atAU stanle'oods such as Canton Flannels, Cheviot Shirtings, plain and plaid Flannels, Jeans, Bed-tickings, rnttnna and CaTicocs, are from 10 to 20 per cent less than renular prices for cash down. WE NAME A LOW CASH PRICE ON EVERYTHING, but do not attempt to deceive our customers by roarkin" a fictitious value on goods. Look at the goods, hear the price, and be governed by your own good FRAJSTK HAEMISOK'S Nov. 11, 1880. 3-IR, IE -A. "OF E II11H1'1111I1. Hew York Store. RHEUMATIC WAR LINIMENT, IS THE Greatest Eemedy known for Man or Beast. , IT IS THE fOBDER OF MEDICAL SCIENCE. There is. no pretense about it, as thousands of our 'COUNTY CITIZENS will testify to. It subdues Swellings, alleviates Pain, cures Poisonous Bites and Stings; -it heals Burns and Scalds without s Scar, Limbers up btm Joints, cures ivneumausm, neuralgia, oumuca, Straightens Bent Limbs, etc,' etc. For Horses it has no equal; cures Wounds, -Strains, Collar Boils, ft. Shoulders. Stiff Joints. fcc and is the LARGEST BOTTLE for the mice there is on tho market, and can ore sold, or will be sent to any address on receipt ol price, 25 cents. THOMPSON & KERR, Proprietors, Laboratory at July 22, 1880. Kerr Bros' Drug- Store, cor Court & 3d, Gallipolis, O. be found in any sJ&fC'whirj&Tirjuga. WHOLESALE GROCERS. . - .V ALLEHONG, BAER k CO., Succeesors to c HEN&I&G, ALLEU0NG & CO., Wholesale Grocers AND DEALERS IN Produce and Provisions, GALLIPOLIS, OniO Jan. 2, 1879. DO TOD m 1 BIDE? We have a large assortment of Carriages, SSuggieg AND Both of our own make and Cincinnati manufacture, which we will sell at UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES TOR CASH, notwithstanding the late advance In material. CaU and see us. JAS. VANDEN & SON. Sept.l8,1879-tf J CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. Everything abreast of Tne Times. Bring in your produce and get Goods, in ExcKange. 1 We manufacture a Superior article of Brooms. Will pay you Produce or Cash for your Broom Corn. July 22,-1880 tf Farm for Sale. THE subscriber offers for. sale his farm of one bundred'andMxteen acre, two relies frora'GallipollsV'ori'tho O. ft W. Va. Kallroaa. House, stames aad. .outbuildings good. For further, particulars address or enquire, ou the premises c-f Ji ' A.,K.tTftODGKRS Miller k Maris J9SSVt ,i7U. I j 1 ' , ANNOUNCEMENT. I HEREBY respectfully annouce to the citizens of Gallipolis and vicin ity that I have purchased recently the well known of Mr. J. L. HAYWARD. I shall al ways keep on hand a full and well assorted stock of PURE DRUGS, - Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Glass and Fancy Goods. Also a well selected stock of - Wines and Ilqnors for Medical Purposes, Cigars, To bacco, &c, And I hope by strict and faithful at tention to business, io merit a liberal share of the public patronage. MR. HAYWARD will assist me for some time to. come, while settling up his own business, and will be glad see his friends. Respectfully, J. H. SCHAAF. Practical German Pharmacist. Aug. 25, 1880. BLUE SEPMrIpRIGS! 3STear Jtygerville, GALLIA COUNTY, O. HAVING leaseil the .iljore property for a term of years. I take pleasure in announcing to the public that Ench progress has bcenmauoln fitting op and improving the buildings and spring as to citable me to entertain regular boanters and transient visitors. Those seeking a restoration of health will ffntl lipra n viirletr of as imrifl mineral and other water as the world Mffonls; pore air. beautiful tcenery. lovely roaming groves, and ho.llkv HIf Those seeking recreation and Innocent amuse ment, will have every possible effort made to gratiry tneir w nes. The enterUinme.it of excursion parties will be made a specialty of this season. A fine aim? hnii rrhinenti and mnsle will be fur nished on short notice; also stabling and feedr ror norses. Dr.JollNSOX. who resides near the springs and lias been prescribing the water in his prac tice ior several rears, junoiv ouen uis auvice . to visitors in regard to tue use 01 tne water tnis season iree 01 cnjrge. X. it. JAUUUS. July 22, 1880 tf HEXItY Fine Wises and Llqaors, Choice , BraHis of Cigars. k oysrf ER.S Served in every, :style during the "sea son. lso for sale bjr tne quart. and .can.' COURT; STREET, NEAR SE,COND. pet.'.7, 1880. W- LE. .Riaonour , (Dealer-is ' BOOTS, .SHOESrHATSJ&o;, , The best Stock, and: the DruG Store lu'csbpncBS, or aujr uuust; in town, AH new. Call anrl see; April 17, 1879. BAM1NG. OHIO VALLEY BANK, GA.XJCilPOtJS, OIIXO. Cash Capital, i8 100,000. ODIVIDCALJiUBILlTY. A. HENKING, President. J. T. HALLIDAY, Vice-President. C. W. HENKING, Cashier. DIRECTORS : A. Hexkino, Wm. Shober, J. T. Halliday, C. D. Bjliijsy, C. W. nENKLNQ. laTDcals in Government and Galli doIIs Cltv Bonds'. Makes collections oil alf points and Issues' Drafts on "princi pal uities in tne United States anil Europe1. Banking hours from 9 A. M. to 3 P. JT. BANK, GALLJPOLIS. EDWARD DELETOMBE, President JOSEPH HUNT, s Vice-President. JNO. A. HAMILTON, Cashier. Capita! Stock, - - $100,000. DIRECTORS: Edward Deletomhe, Jno. A. Hamilton, Reuben Aleshirc, Jos. Hunt, John Hutsinpillcr, J. S. Blackaller. Buys Gold, Silver, U. S. Bonds, Cou pons, and Government Securities of all kinds. Bank open from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. JNO. A. HAMILTON. Cashier. L. M. BKMAN S. fjr. R.ELLKR, Pres't. Vice Pres't. m. e. nuMAN, Cashier. CENTREVILLE National Bank OP XnUBMAN, OHIO. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $100,000. BANK OF CIRCULATION, Dis count and Exchange. Interest paid on"' 'lime Deposits. Good paper purchased. Drafts on New York, Cin cinnati and other cities for sale. Banking hours from 9 to 12 and from lto4. " DIRECTORS: L. 31. Beman, S. 0. Keller, Permelia Wood, J. C. Qross, E. P. Porter. MILLING. a ALESHIHB & CO dijoxxs ta Flour, Wheat, Hill-Feed, Sec. CASH FOT WHEAT, EUREKA ItllLLS, QALLIPOLIS. OHIO. Farm Tor Sale. I OFFER my farm of 200 acres Tor -sale. ' It Is located flvo miles trom Ualllnolis. has oik it a eood frame dwellinir house, with eizht" rooms cellar, oantrv. and eood well of water at thV door. For further particulars apply to me. CLARA MORTON. Aug5, 18S0. W;W.3flLLS,M.D., Will hereafter, give srtcux attention to SURGERY, OBSTETRICS, and the diseases of WOMEN and' CHILDREN. July 8, 1880. Bar&rainff- - 'li.'QQNS built arid repaired, at my Hp, tnree raues .wess pi awing- ton. jAug. 13, 1880-ly For the Journal. REBECCA. BY MRS. SARAH WOLVERTON. Across the "Range" where the Alpine snows Look down from thelr heights above, rVe.a bran-new daughter born to-day. . Another child to love. She came not in the anguish throes, : This dark-eyed girl; to me: No father's" look, upon her face, . t No mother's smile 1 see. - A dear son's love looks ont and says, J'ily mother take my .bridci . And let her, as the years go on Staud close your own beside." Around her form my arms are thrown, My kiss rests on her cheek ; My eyes All up -with words, too deep For any words to speak. DETROIT, Oct. 20, 1880. Good Mr. Sprue. Judge Clark. "Hurrv ud there, and get yenr tick ets, gentlemen I" shouted a man in blue coat and brass buttons, with the com pany's badge on his coat. There was a general seraniDie njt me head of the line, and a hurried falling back to less eligible places by those who lalled to secure the first. I never had auy luck In gaining a good place in a crowd. A tall man, with a Mgu nat, always wouiu go in between me and whatever sight was to bsseen. If It rained at the circus, the inevitable fat woman, with the green umbrella, always bounded my horizon. In the rush to hear a popular preaehcr, I have been fortunate enough to secure a camp stool at tho far end of the aisle, but most commonly have bad to put up with "standing room" In the third or fourth rank, catching here and there a word of the'diseourse, but not a glim mer of the sense. Tills time I fared as usual. Elbowed out at every attempt to g:tin a better lodgment, l found myself at last at the extreme end of the queue. "Hurry up, I say!" kept shouting he In brass and blue. But in spite of all the line shortened slowly. I was getting nervous. The next day was Thanksgiving, which I had agreed to spend at Deacon Patchln's, between whose daughter Polly and uty sell certain tender negotiations were then in active progress. To miss the train Involved the choice of either giv ing up my visit or waiting several hours and arriving just in time to find Polly in the pouts and take a longing look at the cold remains of that especial turkey of-whose growth in farncss Polly's post script had Kept me from time to time advised. "Hurry up! less than a minute till the gate closes!" admonished the blue and brazen olHcial as at last I reached the ticket window. Ticket to Hugginsport," I said hu r rtedly.. . .". . , . "Two ' dollars" replied the ticket man slapping down his stamp on a pleco of cardboard with the heel of his hand. "I've lost my pocketbook," I ex claimed, withdrawing the hand sent in search of it. Uerewasalix! Iliad started with a liberal supply ot the one thing needful for Thanksgiving at least, so far as material pleasures go and here I was without a penny to pay my fare, and not half a minute of spajetime! I looked around helplessly. "I perceive your embarrassment sir," said a grave looking gentleman, whose white choker and long-skincd coat left no doubt of his calling "I perceive your embarrassment, sir, and shall ,be happy to relieve you ol it. uet your ticket out of this; you can hand me the change and remit the rest." As he spoke he placed a twenty dol lar bill in my hand. "But, my dear sir " I began. "Pray don't waste time In compli ments. My name Is Rev. Speedwell Sprue, of Chapelton, to which address you can remit tho trilling sum advanced. I ask no better guaranty than your countenance." I accept your favor," I replied. "with warmest thanks. My name is nod iah Trim tdy, white goods clerk with Twist & Bobbin, of this city." "(jome, sir, do you wish the ticket or not?" demanded the man at the win dow, with his thumb on the spring that ueiu up tue snue. I threw down the bill. He. hastily counted out the change and handed me it and the ticket. The former' I passed to the obliging strajiger, whose hand had barely time to press in part ing, as I left him waiting for another train. The gate-man was In the act of closing the passage and the last bell was ringing as 1 hurried through and jumped aboard, with views ot human nature considerably elevated by tne trusting confidence shown by Rev. Speedwell Sprue though I doubted whether it would do to sell white goods on the same credit system. From Mr. Some and his childlike faith my thoughts gradually turned to Polly Patchln, and I had already laid the ground plan of several fairy cot tages, in whit)!), with love and Polly to lend their charm, I could have laughed at the proudest prince in his palace. "DIokervllle!" sang out theconduo tor, as the whistle blew and the train slowed up at the first stopping place. Two men with lanterns it was a night train came hustling through the car, scanning tho passengers closely'. "Hal this looks like him;" said one of them, holding his lantern to my filCC "Fills the bill exactly!" cried the other, glancing from me at a paper in his hand. "Come, sir," he continued, placing a hand' roughly on my shoulder. "If J.'m not mistaken It was you who bought the last ticket for this train." "It was," I answered, looking up astonished. "And paid for it with a twenty-dollar bill," he added, "receiving the change." I acknowledged the fact, but with no abatement of surprise. "That bill," he proceeded, "was a counterfeit, and we've been telegraphed to arrest you." I endeavored to expostulate, and ex plained, as well as my confusion would Fermlt, the circumstances under1 which' got the note. "A likely story!". was the sneering comment; "there's so many good Mr. Sprues you. see going about' lending money to total stangers. What did you do, with the change, now?" "Handed It back to Mr. Sprue," I answered. t "A clever dodge," said one of the men, as the two exchanged winks. "Co'me along 1" they commanded, and without further ceremony :I .was hustled trom the'tratn, dragged'tora neighbor ing calaboose andlock'ed up.; "x Next morning I was.taken before a joUy-looking.maglstrate whoseiface was a guaranty tuasx snoum at least nave ialr hearing; 'Wjjll, young gentlenah, what have jpu to say to xnis?" ne Dcgan. t. was proceeding with my "story earnestly when to n,y great Joy who should "cuter bat my kind friend, Rev Spwdwell Sprue, in company with i strangerTot very different appearance "Oh; Mr. Sprue; how glad I ara-tc see you 1"T exclaimed. "A word from you will clear up thi3 unfortunate aOair." To my great chagrin, Mr. Sprue, Instead, or promptly answering mv appeal turned "aside and quite' Ignored m7v presence, nut nis companion promptly stepped forward. '"DO you recognize this?" he asked, placing in my hand an article taken from his pocket. "I dol" I cried; '-it's my own pocket oooK.v "OC which yon' were robbed by that person." lie replied, pointing to the Rev, Sprue, "whose real name is Ahab Dawk'', a noted ihlef and forger, whom ,1'veTlieen for some tlmo looking for. witnessed his performance at the depoT;" last night and saw how, after s'eallug your pocketbook, he made you the instrument of putting off a bad uote that he might pocket the change. Though I'm a detective, I tlidn't inter ferc,'rwishing to follow Dawks to the dcu in which lie works and keeps his tools; and knowing the-worst that could happen would be your temporary deten tion'. ' This morning I hurried on with the double purpose or securing ynnr release nud your Identlllcailon or Mr. Dawks." I was too late to sec the turkey In Ills glory, but Polly, bles3 her!- had saved me. up a nice piece, and the story of my adventure was the event of that Thanksgiving night. Everybody laugh ed but Polly, who again bless her! was quite indignant ar tne wrongs which 1 had su fie red. "Slaughter Of Young Men." This was the theme of a recent ser inon"by Rev T. De Witt Tatuiage. We quote a paragraph: But I think more- vounz men are slaughtered through irreligion.- If you can 'only get his religion away from the young man,' you can make him the prey-of all evil. We all know that the Bible 13 the only perfect system ol morals. Now, to -destroy that young man' you must first get Ids Bible away from him. First try to laugh him out of his reveranco for the Scriptures Take, all those Incidents, ol script rc.i that can be made mirth of Jouuli's whale, Sampsons's foxes, Adam's ex tracted rib then characature eccentric or inconsistent christians. Then 'pass off upon him atr original with yourself those nacKneyeu arguments against Christianity which are as Old as 'In. Now he has surrendered the Biblo, ou have taken the strongest fortiflca. n. The rest of tho work Is comparath ly. easy. All the gates ot his soul arc now open InVitlng all the sins. of earth, and the sorrows or eternal ucatn to come in and drive the stakes for their encamp ment. A steamer fifteen hundred miles from shore, with her rudder broken and the compass lost, and the hulk leaking, lifty gallons the hour, is better off than a vn'uii? man's morals after he has cut loose from hlsBlble. Have yotf noUced how despicable a work it Is to take away a man's religion without offering him a suostitute. it is a meaner ousi-. ucss than to come to a sick mad and steal his medicines, to a blind man and. steal his dog, to a cripple and steal his crutch, to a pauper ami steal his crust, to a poor man and uiirn down His home. It is the basestpf all larceny to attempt to steal the worlds Bible, which has been to so many medicine, and crutch, and food, and shelter, aim uome. atop, thief ! stop thief I Generous and mag nificent business infidelity has gone Into this splitting up of life-boats and tearing down of escapc-laddors and ex tinguishment of light-houses. I come out to say to iliem, "What are you doing all this for?" They answer: "Just ior fun. It makes us laugh to see people trying to hold on to their Bible. They, have believed in the resurrection of their beloved dead. It Is such fun to show them there will be no resurrec tion. Tliev have believed that Christ came to carry the burdens and heal the wounds of the world, it Is such tip-top fun to tell them every man mutt be .his own saviour." My hoarcrs think of the basest, meanest thing that you ever heard of, and then go down a thousand feet beneath that, and there you will Hud yourself at the head of a stairs a. hundred miles long, and having de scended to the bottom of that stairs ypu will find a ladder a thousand miles long; take that down to its foot, and then look oil a precipice hair as deep as from here to China and you will llnd tho head-quarters of the meanness that would rob the world ot its only nope oi immortality. Slaughter a young man's religious belief, and there Is not much moie lefrto slaughter, "Slaughter Of Young Men." A Russian Officer's Idea of Honor. From the London Telegraph. Another 6trange story Illustrative of the extraordinary eccentricities for which Russian military officers of late years have rendered themselves un pleasantly notorious, comes from St. Petersburg. It appears that on the 17th ult. a lady of rank was traveling ou the Fastovo line of railway in a ilrst class compartment, the only other occu pant of which was an elderly cavalry captaiu, with whom she casually en tered into conversation. Arrived at "the Ustiubvka station she summoned a gen darme and informed him that she jniss ed 100 rubles from her hand bag, and suspected her traveling companion of having, stolen them. A few minutes previously she had requested him to take her ticket out of the bag which he had done, and sluce that time she had discovered her loss. Search was forth with instituted u'pou the captain's per. son for the missing money, and a hunr drcd rouble note was found thrust into one of his boots. No sooner had this evidence- of his guilt been brought to light than lie produced a small parcel ot bank notes trom his pocket with the remark, "As you, have got the hundred rubles, I may as well give you the other sixty." Directly after he had spoken. ho drew a revolver, placed lta.muzzie against his right temple and blew, his brains piic. liiscnsiuie to tue aisnonor. of theft, that of detection seemed" to him so Insupportable that, rather than en dure it he died, py.ms own hand. Taking Toll. Boston Journal (Rep,) 'A Democratic leader in Ohio says that it has become . . . f . . a regular employment, ior certain poli ticians of that faith to get funds to carrv. "Ohio" and then' nut them lri their pockets and leave the cause to its own fate. Taking Toll. Tampering With the Ballot-Box. Haroer's Wceklv. The ilrst" lesson to.be taught In practical politics Is that those" who taraner with. theitriehtiOf suffrage, either brforce ,ortfraad,re) rmore 'deadly enemies to the .National welfare than tariffs and .free trade : sad, wneaure tampering lo.oipuu a. KrBk. scale; te paramount issue la opposition to it. j " ' 7e whenutbe tampering la. upon a. great Cloaks! f 1 GREATEST BARGAINS OF THE SEASON Are now being placed upon the Counters of S. BROSIUS' Large Dry PUBLIC SQUAEE, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Large shipments of staple Dry Goods, Dress Fabrics, Novelties and "Cloaks received this week: Canton and Wool Flannels at the lowest point, the market. Special Bargains in Blankets and heavy We display this week a thing we have ever had. 200 doz. Ladies and Gent's Underwear at prices Way Down. All will be sold at our one unapproachable CHEAP PRICE in plain figures. Oct. 28, 1880. S. BROSIUS. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS UBft PUBLIC SQUARE, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. We will mention a few of the many bargains received in Women Kip Double sole Grained Standard Screw Bals. fcl. Onr nnnular 2.50 and 3.00 Winter Boots always in be excelled anywhere. Big Rubber Roots and Shoes Nov. 18, 1880. Goods Establishment, new line of Ladies Dress ABE CONSTANTLY ARRIVING AT rolka w.. women I Ji.ip stock of Men and Boys Winter Caps. Cloaks!! and the cheapest; Jeans in Woolen Goods. Novelties which surpass any AND CAPS the last few days: Bals. 1. Women Unlined stock which we claim cannot in all Sizes. BROSI1TS & BAUOIOlAltf. Sign of the Gold Boot. DRUGGISTS. p A T c H E M I C A L S & s 3 3 5 2 M5 a i-a CO U O ? 3 H n s 2. E 3 3 N w a a T M 15 O O a E) O tr1 f o a H fit -3 3 a 3 3 5 E D &3 3 C h a- a 3 Ol s. -1 25 98 I s C us 03r? 3C3: B S 3 n m rra r a "?2a I 53 g 13 o53"a2 3 a2..i " a.3-5. 3 S-S'r a N 3 3 S "a -22 if -a E 3S. -J! 2 .r" a 2 g 5 3 P m S Cor. Court and 3d streets, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Feb. 20,1880., HOMER O. JONE3. W. JOXE3 JONES & JONES, A.ttornoys-at-Ija'W, OALLIP0LIS, 0. Office Formerly occupied by B. S. Waduell, on becond street. June 10, 1880 ly SIMEON XA&II; ATTORNEY AT JiAW, Office at residence. Front Sc. aoove tmiour noiise. i' - ' f- r x ' tstf - .mai-wp.olis, umo. with bis Scytbo i CBtBS' his" swathe but MBps6 laud' kl bottom -ptt J gX!rrf IFrieti. II SAODL.ES ANO SADDLiEItYf. ESTABLISHED IN 1832. Manufacturer and Dealer tn SADDLES, BftiDLESo Harness, Collars, Wagon and Buggy Whips; Lashes of all kinds; TRUNKS AND VALICES, LAP ROUES, DUSTERS, HARNESS OILS, Trace-Chains, Curry-Combs Horse-Brushes. &c. COURT ST., - GALLIPOLIS, 0. EST'IJcpnirlng promptly Prices to suit tho tlmes. attended to. S. M. Brandy berry, THE COURT STREET AND DEALER IK Furnishing Goods and Hats, April 3, 1879. J. B. Saffobd. T. S. Bnowa. DJENTIS1S, OFHCES, SECOND ST. Ang. 14, 1879. Jno. Dages & Go. now bare the largest and cheapest line of staple Wool and Fur Hats in the city. Don't fail to call at Ernstiho's Reliable' Jewelry Store, where you can find a full assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware and bpcctaclcs. Oct. 14, 1880. Hntcbinson & Baldridge is tho on ly firm that sell the GENUINE (OL IVER CHILLED PtOW-gHd POINTS in Gallia Ofcfe, and Mason Co., W. Va. I InpreliuiBg always lok for.tk itrnz OLIVER oa tke bft. RELIABLE fflDEKIT?. 1862 GEO. HOUSE. 1879 SUCESSOR to the Old Established Agency of R. L. StewartrFire, In land, Marine, Life and Accident In surance. Asiets. Etna, Hartford, Conn. .. $6,863,522 II) Continental, New York.. ' 3,327,772 00 Insurance Co.. North America, Philadelphia, organized 17M G,65$!,009 00 Underwriters A gency, New York 3,3C2,G26 00 Queen of Liverpool, Assets In U. S 1,034,731 00 Amazon, Cincinnati 603,317 00 German American, New York 2,471,731 00 British American, Toron- to.Canada, U.S. Branch, 671,445 00 Travelers, Life and Acci dent, Hartford, Conn.. 4,095,445 00 Niagara, New York 1,329,650 10 Fireman Fund, San Fran cisco 761,221 00 Pennsylvania, Phlladel- hla 1,855,233 00 ay 8, 1879 GROCERIES, C. CHARLES SEHON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Groceries. CeHfectieaaries, Frerisfoas, &c3 COURT ST., BET. SECOND & THIRD, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Respectfully asks the citizens of Gallipo lis to call at his establishment and exam ine bis stock of GROCERIES, Consisting of all articles tobe found In a FAMILY GROCERY STORE. My stock of CONFECTIONERIES are large aud complete; such as Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, fec. Bv strict attention to business, sellins; at small profits. I hone to merit a share of public patronage. OYSTERS by the 'can -a a half cas of tha best onallty, andVarraated ta be fresh;, COUNTRY PRODUCE of all kinds wanted, for which the highest ffiarket Briwwtniwpald. ? I V ' 8EMOK., It joh are in seed of. Store Be- pell o KHf .Df a4 tiattf wiUltyoa out,